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Refugee Affairs

This factsheet highlights Trickle Up's work with refugees and host communities

In 2017, the number of refugees worldwide reached a record high of 22.5 million people while the amount of humanitarian funding and aid available paled in comparison to the need. We must do more to promote self reliance among refugees in emergent and protracted situations. Trickle Up works with partners to help refugees become more independent and resilient.

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