HELP TURN DESPAIR INTO HOPE FOR REFUGEES & DISPLACED PEOPLE

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Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, more than eleven million people have had to flee their homes, creating a humanitarian crisis on a scale not seen in Europe since World War II.

They join nearly 90 million other people around the world who are displaced today – more than at any other time in history. Since August, we have seen millions more people become displaced in Afghanistan, with many arriving in Pakistan seeking safety.

Every day, Act for Peace’s local partners are there to support and stand with them. They will never stop showing kindness, often at great personal sacrifice, to help find a safe permanent home for the people uprooted by conflict and disaster.

It’s through these acts of kindness over the long-term that ultimately mean people find safety.

This gives refugees hope, but it also gives us all hope. Despite the difficult times we are living through, people are stepping up to meet the challenge, sharing the burden with those struggling to survive.

With your support, Act for Peace’s local partners can continue supporting refugees and displaced people at different stages of their journey, providing safety in exile, reducing the causes of displacement and creating a world where everyone has a safe place to belong.

Please help share the burden and turn despair into hope for refugees and displaced people.

Images:

Banner: Our local partner DICAC provides access to vital health services for Ethiopian refugees. (Richard Wainwright / Act for Peace)

Florina Xavier, Regional Return and Reintegration Advisor at Act for Peace in a refugee camp in India. (Act for Peace)

Our local partner, DICAC has been helping refugees like Jasmine* overcome their challenges and trauma, develop critical livelihood skills and reclaim agency over their lives. (Martha Tadesse / Act for Peace)

Staff and volunteers from Act for Peace’s local partner, Hungarian Interchurch Aid, distribute water and diapers to a refugee shelter close to Lviv in Ukraine.  (Antti Yrjönen / FCA)

*Names have been changed for safety reasons.

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The international humanitarian agency of the National Council of Churches in Australia.

Act for Peace acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

© Copyright 2021, Act for Peace Ltd ABN 86 619 970 188