More than 65 million people worldwide are displaced due to war and violence. That’s 24 people who flee from their homes every minute.
It’s time we get organized.
We are Refugee Assistance and Information Network (RAIN) International, and we have created a hub for refugee resettlement and response efforts. Developed as a grassroots movement of deeply experienced social workers, mental health therapists, and humanitarian workers, our vision is that all humans have the right to not just survive but thrive in the communities they reside in.
A New Humanitarian Strategy
Not since WW2 has there been such a momentous surge of people displaced due to war, conflict or persecution. Never before has there been such a virulent global public backlash against them. Our acronym is more than a clever name, it is our strategy in addressing this.
Only when we become informed can we begin to change the narrative about migration. We are creating a database of accurate, thoughtful and inspiring stories on those seeking safety and building lives in a new country.
The best programs are built on best practices. We develop, collect and share effective strategies practiced by some of the most cutting edge thinkers in this field to programs and entities via onsite or online consultations.
Our team of multilingual experts develops programs for refugees, migrants and unaccompanied children all over the world. We are offering innovative solutions to some of the most complex programs based on decades of on-the-ground experience.
The time to act is now. Your donation will provide critical support to refugees and migrants around the world. 100% of your donation goes to programs serving refugees and migrants. You are helping change the narrative.
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