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Seve Ezdin Khalaf _Iraq_Photo_Alison Baskerville
Seve Ezdin Khalaf with her children at Khankee refugee camp in Iraq. Seve is a programme graduate of Women for Women International - Iraq. Photo: Alison Baskerville

5 FACTS ABOUT WHAT REFUGEE WOMEN FACE

The amount of forcibly displaced people has reached a staggering number - nearly 80 million

After more than a year of struggle through COVID-19, refugees and displaced people are facing more challenges than ever—especially women and girls.

Run for the Congo Participants, 2012
Run for the Congo Participants, 2012

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THERE ARE LOTS OF FUN AND ADVENTUROUS WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT WOMEN SURVIVORS OF WAR AROUND THE WORLD

By fundraising for Women for Women International, you can make a real difference for women survivors of war. Your efforts will help women in our programmes to rebuild their lives and inspire hope for the future.

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World Refugee Day Reading List

In recent years, refugee literature has provided a way of educating the public about the truth behind the refugee experience. Women for Women International believes that knowledge is power, so check out our World Refugee Day Reading List to grow your awareness and understanding of the refugee experience for your own personal reading and to share with others.

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Our Story

Since our origins during the Bosnian war in 1993, Women for Women International has reached over 519,700 marginalised women in 8 conflict-affected countries.

Why women in conflict

When war and insecurity take hold, women bear the heaviest burden of violence, poverty and inequality. Learn more about why supporting women survivors of war is so important.

Stories

Read the stories of the incredible women survivors of war that Women for Women International supports.