Refugee Story

Elisabeth
Elizabeth

Work is Scarce and Then There Are The Gangs

To think of the danger it was to leave my country, to come here, is less than to know that my daughter could have died that day.
Rawah
Rawah  ·  Iraq

Here I Can Make My Own Future

Here I can make my own life
Godspower 2017
Godspower  ·  A West African Country

My Father Was a Society Man

I told him I was a Christian, that I could not follow him into secret society.
Rita 2018
Rita  ·  Iraq

I Wanted to Be in Charge of My Destiny

In America, people follow their dreams
Maddie and Wilmot Collins - Mayor
Wilmot & Maddie Collins  ·  Liberia

I'm Here To Listen

Wilmot Collins - Mayor of Helena, Montana
040 Mehrullah Zarghona LS 1915
Mehrullah  ·  Afghanistan

The Journey: We Were So Afraid

Our three-year-old boy was lost on the other side.
LIBYA PAT
Pat  ·  A West African Country

The Journey: My Heart Felt Dead

So the man started flogging me. See the scars? All over my body!
WATER JALAL HOLDING PHONE
Afghanistan
DEPORTATION WOMAN LOOKING OUT WINDOW
Norina - Afghan from Iran  ·  Iran

I Just Want to Be Free

I had no rights, no freedom to choose my path.
MENTAL HEALTH EDREES
Edress - Afghan from Iran  ·  Iran

Arrival: Mental Health

"Refugees experience all kinds of trauma prior to, during, and after their journeys to safety..."
PHYSICAL HEALTH ROHINGYA BURN VICTIM
Rohingya Child - Unaccompanied Children  ·  Myanmar

Arrival: Physical Health

"Refugees have often known extreme hunger, sleeplessness, frostbite, sunstroke, ... various sicknesses and ailments that have gone untreated during long periods preceding their flight and during the journey itself..."
LIMBO COXS BAZAR
Stateless Refugees - Cox Bazaar  ·  Myanmar

Arrival: Limbo

"Of the 71 million forcibly displaced people in the world, 41 million are displaced within their own countries..."
WHAT WE CARRY Rasheeda
Rasheeda  ·  Iran

The Journey: What We Carry

I pray most of all for my children who are still in Afghanistan and Iran.
Hania, West Africa
Haniah - West Africa  ·  Ghana

Arrival: Law

"He left me with two babies and went to Libya ... I wemt to Libya, but I didn't find him."
ARRIVAL SUPER STORY PORTRAIT REFUGEE WOMAN TRAIN
Saheba - AFghan from Iran  ·  Iran

Arrival

"I only want to be treated like a human being. I just want to be free and to live in peace and safety..."
Rohingya Woman
Rohingya Women  ·  Myanmar

Why We Flee: The Rohingya Women

Whilst safe from the Myanmar military in the camps, Rohingya women remain at risk due to gender-based and sexual violence, discrimination, human trafficking and health problems
GANGS AND DRUG CARTELS EDUARDO
Eduardo  ·  Honduras

Why We Flee: Gangs and Cartels

We lived peacefully. But when gang members wanted me to sell drugs in the middle of my fruit, I said, “No.”
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