Every second

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This Ramadan, it can take just a second for you to extend a lifeline to a family like Nour’s who lost everything.

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It took a second for Nour’s life to be changed forever when she and her family were forced to flee for their lives. 

Nour arrived in Bangladesh from Myanmar in 2017 with her children and grandchildren. After escaping violence and conflict, Nour now strives to protect and provide for her family during Ramadan.

“I’m just looking for peace.”

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© UNHCR

It took a second for Nour’s life to be changed forever when she and her family were forced to flee for their lives. 

Nour arrived in Bangladesh from Myanmar in 2017 with her children and grandchildren. After escaping violence and conflict, Nour now strives to protect and provide for her family during Ramadan.

“I’m just looking for peace.”

This Ramadan, join a community of incredible individuals driven by kindness.

Food and water

to help families facing extreme food insecurity

Shelter

to protect refugee families at risk of exploitation and homelessness

Be a lifeline

to those who are most vulnerable like orphans and widows

We rely on voluntary contributions to make our work possible. Thank you for standing with refugee families this Ramadan. #EverySecondCounts

The COVID-19 pandemic and deteriorating economic situation globally has pushed many of those most vulnerable even deeper into extreme poverty.

Many have reported having lost their informal daily wages, and now face severe levels of food insecurity.

Families are reporting skipping meals and Yemen is once again on the brink of famine.

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The COVID-19 pandemic and deteriorating economic situation globally has pushed many of those most vulnerable even deeper into extreme poverty. Many have reported having lost their informal daily wages, and now face severe levels of food insecurity. Families are reporting skipping meals and Yemen is once again on the brink of famine.

Together this Ramadan, we can help families whose lives were devastated by circumstances out of their control to have a roof over their heads, a warm meal for iftar, clean water to drink and wash with, and the hope they need to continue building a safer future.

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© UNHCR

Together this Ramadan, we can help families whose lives were devastated by circumstances out of their control to have a roof over their heads, a warm meal for iftar, clean water to drink and wash with, and the hope they need to continue building a safer future.

You cannot compare Ramadan now to how it was back then.”

Elderly widow Halima was forced to flee her home in Syria seven years ago, carrying with her memories of a happier time.

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Halima was forced to flee her home seven years ago, carrying with her memories of a happier time.You cannot compare Ramadan now to how it was back then.”

“I remember all the dishes I used to prepare, and all the gatherings. We used to sit and share our meals together. Life was good… but now there is nothing. We are all alone.”

Due to the spike in food prices, many widows like Halima will struggle to make ends meet in Ramadan and beyond.

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© UNHCR

“I remember all the dishes I used to prepare and all the gatherings. We used to sit and share our meals together. Life was good… but now there is nothing. We are all alone.”

Due to the spike in food prices, many widows like Halima will struggle to make ends meet in Ramadan and beyond.

In her 12 years of life, Falmata has experienced lifetimes of suffering. Born in Banki, northeast Nigeria, she contracted polio which has left her physically disabled.

Despite all that she has faced, Falmata is fearless, courageous and dedicated to her studies.

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In her 12 years of life, Falmata has experienced lifetimes of suffering. Born in Banki, northeast Nigeria, she contracted polio which has left her physically disabled.

Despite all that she has faced, Falmata is fearless, courageous and dedicated to her studies.

Falmata has been forced to flee her home four times. She has endured an unimaginable journey of hardship, loss and suffering.

“I pray to finish my studies and find a good job.”

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© UNHCR

Falmata has been forced to flee her home four times. She has endured an unimaginable journey of hardship, loss and suffering.

“I pray to finish my studies and find a good job.”

This Ramadan, every second counts…

Today, millions of refugees and displaced persons will welcome the holy month in incredibly difficult circumstances, living in desperate uncertainty and hardship, while struggling to put food on the tables for their families.

Please join us and many others in solidarity with refugees worldwide today, it takes just seconds to help a family in need. 

This Ramadan, join a community of incredible individuals driven by kindness.

Food and water

to help families facing extreme food insecurity

Shelter

to protect refugee families at risk of exploitation and homelessness

Be a lifeline

to those who are most vulnerable like orphans and widows

We rely on voluntary contributions to make our work possible. Thank you for standing with refugee families this Ramadan. #EverySecondCounts

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