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World Refugee Day – 20 June 2022 Whoever, wherever, whenever. Everyone has the right to seek safety.

ResultsinHealth proudly supports World Refugee Day, celebrated each year on June 20. We are and have been involved in various projects and activities focusing on refugees and diaspora communities. Ensuring a participatory, inclusive approach in such activities is our primary goal, tapping into the knowledge, voices and strength of the people involved. 

We are currently providing technical assistance and M&E services for a project focusing on the unique position held by Afghan diaspora communities. These communities have the potential to facilitate change, respond to emergencies, and promote peace and development in their country of origin. 

The aim of the project, implemented by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), is to support members of the Afghan diaspora in Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands to engage with migrants and refugees in a way that reduces protection risks

For more information on our work, please visit www.resultsinhealth.org or contact us directly – we would be very happy to share our experience and approach!

We stand #WithRefugees 

#WorldRefugeeDay #UNHCR #WithRefugees #diasporacommunities #DanishRefugeeCouncil #Afghanistan

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