Topic: Sudanese Refugees

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Jan 4, 2016

Kids Day Out: Uganda [VIDEO]

Jan 4, 2016

Kids Day Out: Uganda [VIDEO] Forty four refugee children, all currently receiving therapy from HIAS’ trained staff, enjoyed a day out in Kampala, Uganda. “It’s an opportunity for the children to feel welcomed, loved and accepted in this world. It’s an opportunity to rekindle their hope," said Timothy Mukua, psychosocial program manager at HIAS Uganda.

Oct 21, 2015

Video: Winnie Gacheru on HIAS’ Work in Kenya

Oct 21, 2015

Video: Winnie Gacheru on HIAS’ Work in Kenya Winnie Gacheru, director of psychosocial programs at HIAS Kenya, describes working with some of the world's most vulnerable refugees in this short video.

Jul 8, 2015

Amid Chaos and Violence, South Sudan Turns Four

Jul 8, 2015

Amid Chaos and Violence, South Sudan Turns Four South Sudan is the world’s youngest country. Unfortunately, its early years have been anything but idyllic.

Jun 1, 2015

The Forgotten Refugees of Darfur

Jun 1, 2015

The Forgotten Refugees of Darfur When I visited Am Nabak refugee camp in eastern Chad this spring, the leader of the youth committee handed me a list of requests for the camp's young people. What could I say to this young man who wanted so much more than refugee camp life could provide for himself and his friends?

Apr 3, 2015

Israel Asylum Seekers Wonder: Next Year in Jerusalem?

Apr 3, 2015

Israel Asylum Seekers Wonder: Next Year in Jerusalem? Israel Asylum Seekers Wonder: Next Year in Jerusalem? Apr 03, 2015 Passover is all about the persecution of the Jewish people in Egypt, and their flight to freedom across the Sinai. It is sadly ironic that, on the eve of this important holiday of freedom, the Israeli Ministry of the Interior is issuing deportation letters […]

May 28, 2014

Too Poor for a Social Life

May 28, 2014

Too Poor for a Social Life Those of us who live relatively privileged lives often catch ourselves saying something like, “I’m too poor to go out this weekend.” When we say that, we don’t mean what one-sixth of the world’s population means.