Forced displacement often leaves people without shelter, water, food and basic medical care. When the humanitarian world struggles to meet these basic needs, you can help.
Helping Refugees Recover
Recovery from forced displacement requires a supportive community, life-giving faith and emotional well-being along with the ability to navigate and contribute to society. You can help refugees recover and rebuild their lives.
Training & Consulting
Good news! Many churches and people want to help refugees. They just don't know where to begin. IAFR's refugee ministry training is specifically designed with the local church in mind.
There are over 65 million forcibly displaced children, women and men in the world. That's 1 in every 113 people alive today. Another 28,000 people are uprooted every day. The last time there were this many refugees was during World War 2.
Three reasons why we refuse to lose hope.
First, God is alive and well along the refugee highway today. Second, Refugees are more than people in need. They are an important part of the solution. And third, God has begun a worldwide movement of his people to welcome and love refugees.
Whether by joining the support team of one of our missionaries or by joining one of our teams yourself, you can show up in the lives of refugees. Explore the unique work of IAFR in Africa, Europe and the USA.