Together, we're making an impact


Rohingya refugees served through BRAC's holistic response in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh


refugee mothers in Uganda graduating out of extreme poverty


internally displaced people and returned refugees in Afghanistan received support for their livelihoods


children from the refugee and host communities in Uganda attending Play Labs


A two-generation approach for refugees

Play matters, not as a break from serious learning but as a critical development tool during conflict and in fragile situations. In our Play Labs at the Rhino Settlement in Uganda, children gather every day to learn, grow and heal through play. A two-generation approach supports early childhood development by empowering parents and caregivers, creating a positive ripple effect in the lives of both adults and children at the Play Labs.

Here's how it works

You chip in what you can to support refugee families.

We rush your gift to where it is needed most.

Our teams activate change by empowering a girl with a safe space, training a mother in a new trade, or enrolling a child in a Play Lab.

Together, we tackle the refugee crisis and move the needle on poverty.

Featured Story

“Two years ago, our sandals were not good, we had torn clothing — and now, [our lives] have changed.” Meet Annet, a South Sudanese refugee living in Uganda, and discover how she has transformed her life.

Your support this World Refugee Day will have an immediate impact and change lives.

Give now to make a meaningful difference for families in need.