AWF resettlement programmes have helped almost 800 of the most vulnerable persons in need of international protection

AWF resettlement programmes have helped almost 800 of the most vulnerable persons in need of international protection

“In 2018, 70.8 million people were forcibly displaced across the world, fleeing conflicts, human rights violations, persecution, natural disasters and the impacts of climate change – 29.4 million are refugees or asylum seekers. Today, we reaffirm our strong and long-standing commitment to protect the rights of the most vulnerable, those who are forced to flee and therefore leave their homes behind.
As long as refugees lose their lives trying to reach a safe place, Allah Waris Foundation work must continue. We will continue protecting the human rights of refugees inside and outside country Especially in Pakistan and work with partner countries and international organizations to establish more safe and legal pathways for those in need of protection. Since 2018, Allah Waris Foundation successful resettlement programmes have helped almost 800 of the most vulnerable persons in need of international protection find shelter in the Work. AWF This work must continue.”