Coronavirus preparedness campaign: RPI fundraises to protect Syrian refugees and host communities from the Coronavirus as Lebanon announces a medical state of emergency. Refugees are among the least able to afford skyrocketing prices for sanitizers, soap, and disinfectant wipes/materials. Health workers struggle to afford similar items, N95 masks, and disposable surgical masks. RPI is preparing to support its refugee-led NGO partners in Lebanon to distribute hygiene kits and conduct community awareness raising via WhatsApp/Social Media in compliance with social distancing. Pending funding, we may also support the procurement of antiseptic gel and masks for healthcare workers, among other measures. Over the years, RPI has partnered with a number of refugee-led organizations in Lebanon including: the Union of Relief and Development Associations (URDA), Multi Aid Programs (MAPS), and Basmeh and Zeitooneh. Join us at www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Video on emergency project for war-torn Syria: Thanks to our donors, Refugee Protection International supported DARNA in rushing heaters and renewable fuel to 766 primarily women and children sheltering in tents near a town in northern Idlib. Nearly 1 million civilians have fled fighting in the region since December 1, 2019 and freezing temperatures have claimed the lives of several young children. Through this completed cross-border project, vulnerable families can now heat their tents, warm water, and cook for their children. Join us in scaling humanitarian aid with inspiring refugee-led partners at www.refugeeprotection.org
Refugee Protection International is delighted to have been recognized as a grantee of the 2019 New England International Donors Giving Circle on Refugees. Thanks to their generosity and our dedicated individual supporters, we have co-designed and launched a self-reliance project for Syrian refugee women and children in southern Turkey in collaboration with our onsite partner. Kids Paradise, a refugee-led organization, will provide employment support and interim social support to some of the most vulnerable single-female headed households in Antakya. The project includes vocational, skills, and language training, work permit application and fee coverage, psychosocial support, individual mental health, housing subsidies, and referrals to service providers. RPI will oversee this much-needed project and invite foreign brands to engage the participation of their Turkish supply chains. www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Support the defenseless this Giving Tuesday. Innocent children should not bear the brunt of war. And yet, they struggle to access life-saving services in displacement. With your gift we can support medications at a vital primary health clinic serving 5,115 women and children per month in war-torn Syria. This clinic is operated by our partner SIMRO, a non-governmental nonprofit registered in Turkey that is staffed by the bravest of Syrian doctors. In the past few months, we’ve funded pharmaceutical supplies for over 8,300 IDPs and local patients at the Internal Medicine Hospital in Idlib. With the elderly cared for, please help us assist the young. By supporting RPI, you are empowering refugees to assist one another. With deep gratitude from RPI and its partners. www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Nearly 200 Syrian refugees join RPI in thanking its giving partners for contributing to an emergency shelter response in Arsal, Lebanon. With your generosity, we supported local nonprofit URDA in waterproofing replacement shelters in a temporary refugee settlement in this mountainous region. Having lost so much in war-torn Syria, refugees had suddenly found their makeshift shelters in Lebanon demolished or at risk thereof due to recent developments. You made it possible to assist them in line with Lebanese housing codes before the harsh onset of winter snow. #grateful @ www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
October 1st is here and we need your help to reopen vital schools for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon. RPI’s onsite partner, Multi Aid Programs, has refugee teachers ready to bring back meaning and hope to hundreds of children per school. Lacking documentation, funds for transportation, or space in public schools, these children have nowhere else to turn for an education. Please give what you can today. Children like Kawthar, pictured below, aspire to be surgeons so they can care for their communities independently. They cannot get to this point without you. Thank you for your compassion and generosity! www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
In an alarming development, vulnerable refugees along the Lebanese border with Syria are witnessing the demolition of make-shift shelters with “semi-permanent structures,” often nothing more than plastic sheeting strewn over cement foundations or partial walls. Affected children in Arsal are falling ill from the resulting heat exposure and water pollution by demolition debris. Please join RPI in supporting its local NGO partner URDA to deliver immediate shelter assistance in line with Lebanese housing codes. Pictured below: Children in Arsal, Lebanon. www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Please join us on World Refugee Day to fund vital medicine supplies for mobile clinics and the only specialized Internal Medicine Hospital in Idlib, Syria. 3 million civilians, including 1 million children, are trapped amid escalating violence in the region, according to the UN. Your gift to RPI will assist our refugee-led nonprofit partner in Turkey, SIMRO, to deliver medications to hospital patients and IDPs in tented settlements, and to make referrals to the Avicenna Pediatric Hospital. Make your gift at: www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to our generous donors, RPI launched 4 projects this year with its refugee-led nonprofit partners, benefiting nearly 10,000 Syrian refugees and IDPs in the Middle East, bringing our total jointly assisted in this region to 36,150. MAPS, URDA, and Kids Paradise were supported this year in providing non-formal primary school education, birth registration support, flood response shelter improvements, and community campaigns. A special thank you to our latest giving partners: the Dunn Family Charitable Foundation & Saint Thomas More Center at Yale University. ... See MoreSee Less
For Mother’s Day, May 12th, give the gift of hope to Syrian refugee mothers and their children by donating to Refugee Protection International. Your gift will reach the most vulnerable families displaced by war and flooding, some of which you will meet in our newly released video with partner Kids Paradise.
With over 150,000 persons displaced by surging violence in the past 2 weeks alone, your contributions could not be more timely. Help us expand our support for refugee education, health care, documentation and shelter activities across the region in collaboration with our remarkable grassroots partner organizations on the ground. Thank you! www.refugeeprotection.org
RPI and URDA have launched a project to support Syrian birth registration in Lebanon, which facilitates refugee access to education and advanced health care. Having funded the project and contributed to its design, RPI is delighted that its local NGO partner has begun onsite implementation.
This project is made possible by our generous donors, including our latest giving partner: Plymouth Congregational Church.الإغاثية توقع مذكرة تفاهم مع RPI وتطلق مشروع تسجيل مواليد اللاجئين السوريين في لبنان. وقع اتحاد الجمعيات الإغاثيّة #URDA مذكرة تفاهم مع منظمة حماية اللاجئين الدولية #RPI تنص على التعاون في شتّى مجالات العمل الإنساني.هذا وتم إطلاق مشروع تسجيل مواليد اللاجئين السوريين في لبنان لعام 2019 بين الطرفين بدعم من RPI ليشمل المشروع مساعدة و توعية اللاجئين السوريين وتقديم الاستشارات القانونية لهم في محافظة البقاع بخصوص إجراءات تسجيل المواليد الجدد. URDA signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Refugee Protection International (RPI) and launches the Registration of Syrian Refugee Newborns in Lebanon.
Union of Relief and Development Associations #URDA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Refugee Protection International #RPI stating joint collaboration in all humanitarian fields. The Registration of Syrian Refugee Newborns project in Lebanon for 2019 has been launched to include assistance, awareness and legal counseling concerning birth Registration procedures in the Beqaa Governorate. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to Brown University, MathWorks Inc, and American Securities Foundation for their generous contributions! We are delighted to expand our support of medical, shelter, protection, and education interventions for displaced Syrians in collaboration with our local charity partners in Turkey and Lebanon. ... See MoreSee Less
3,565 civilians living in tents without ground cover inside Syria have received area floor mats distributed by RPI’s implementing partner Olive Branch. Please donate today so RPI can work with Kids Paradise to support another 3,125 IDPs in flood-affected tents in northwestern Syria. ... See MoreSee Less
We wish to thank our incredible donors that have helped RPI and its implementing partners to deliver humanitarian aid to 24,880 Syrians in the Middle East. Through your generosity, we have also supported the rehabilitation of a medical facility with the infrastructural capacity to serve an estimated 56,412 civilians a year. We remain grateful for our partners on the ground who make this all possible. ... See MoreSee Less
Dear Friends, If you shop on smile.amazon.com/ch/47-5417614 now through November 2nd, Amazon will generously donate 5% (ten times its usual donation rate) of the price of your eligible purchases to Refugee Protection International. Please support our relief efforts by making your daily and holiday purchases on AmazonSmile. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
We are so proud of our relief partner SIMRO in Turkey for having completed the rehabilitation of the women, pediatrics, and training departments of the Avicenna Hospital in Syria in cooperation with RPI. We urgently invite donations to support the equipping and operation of Avicenna: the largest and safest underground hospital in Idlib. 2.9 million civilians, 1 million of which are children, reportedly live in Idlib and its surrounding areas. With ongoing violence have severly damaged or destroyed hundreds of medical facilities across Syria, Avicenna represents critical hope to many Syrians. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI launches a new shelter project for war-affected Syrians with Turkey-based grassroots partner Olive Branch. Thanks to its generous donors, this project will improve shelter conditions for 1,760 civilians displaced by fighting to informal settlements in north-western Syria. No child should sleep on the ground. Help us reach more families by donating today. ... See MoreSee Less
We are delighted that Refugee Protection International and its grassroots partner MAPS have been featured in the 2017 Giving Back Report by the American Securities Foundation. Extracts of the feature on our support of Syrian refugee education in Lebanon are attached.
“American Securities is pleased with the outcome of the project and continues to support RPI and MAPS in 2018 as they implement this and similar programs to help more refugees in Lebanon,” quoting Michael G. Fisch, Managing Director & CEO, American Securities ... See MoreSee Less
On World Refugee Day, we reflected on the incredible resilience of refugees. Now we invite your support. Donate to RPI to improve refugee health care, housing, and education in the Middle East. #refugeeprotection.org
Enjoy this glimpse into the relief projects in Syria made possible by RPI's grassroots partners based out of Turkey. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI and it’s Turkey-based humanitarian partner SIMRO are delighted that a container of maternal and pediatric medical equipment and simulators has arrived in Syria. A huge thank you to Albany Medical College, the University of Maryland, and Limbs & Things for their generous in-kind donations. We also thank NuDay Syria for their collaboration on ensuring that the equipment arrived safely overseas. Visit: www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
This Mother’s Day celebrate refugee mothers by sharing our video with a woman dear to you and making a gift in her honor. Syrian mothers and teachers are doing all they can to educate their children in Lebanon and protect them from child labor and early marriage.
RPI is honored to facilitate this education program in partnership with Multi Aid Programs Support, which runs the program on the ground, and with the generosity of the American Securities Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less
Chemical weapons, as allegedly used in Syria last weekend, cannot become the new normal. Terrified families were hiding from air attacks in overcrowded basements without water, toilets, or light. Gas sinks to the lowest levels. Please help RPI and its partners prepare to provide urgent relief to civilians displaced from Eastern Ghouta to other parts of Syria. Our world's children deserve better. www.refugeeprotection.org Photo credit: Getty Images ... See MoreSee Less
We implore all parties to cease indiscriminate attacks on civilians and medical facilities in Eastern Ghouta, Syria. Over 60 children have reportedly been killed since Sunday alone. We are beyond worried for the well-being of nearly 400 scared children in this enclave that RPI and its local partner have assisted with psychosocial support and winter clothing. These children have witnessed so much pain in their short lives. Please spare them from more senseless suffering. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI is deeply saddened by the news that yet another maternity hospital was attacked in Idlib province. Since the start of the war, medical facilities in Syria have suffered over 485 attacks according to Physicians for Human Rights. Mothers and their vulnerable newborns, as well as the brave doctors who assist them, deserve safety. Please support RPI in helping its grassroots partner SIMRO move critical health care underground. The Avicenna Women and Children's Hospital being setting up by SIMRO will be the most fortified and largest underground facility of its kind in Idlib. To support this project, indicate “Avicenna” in special instructions when donating at: www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
There is still time to support RPI’s year-end appeal and bring the gift of education to thousands of Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Every donation helps. With your support, RPI will assist its grassroots partner, Multi Aid Programs, to continue a high quality non-formal education program, drawing on the Lebanese curriculum. 3,000 children, as well as their family members, depend on this program. Many of these children missed years of education due to the war. Help keep them in school by donating at www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Urgent Year-End Appeal by Refugee Protection International
As you gather with loved ones this holiday, please help RPI bring vital nutrition to infants and children affected by war in Eastern Ghouta. Time is running out in this Syrian enclave: some families now reportedly eat “animal fodder and garbage” and the UN estimates that child malnutrition rates are nearing 12%.
To support infant nutrition and other vital relief efforts by RPI and its dedicated grassroots partners in the Middle East, please make your U.S. tax-deductible donation today at www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
This Giving Tuesday you can improve the life of a Syrian child displaced by war by making a US tax-deductible donation to Refugee Protection International. The first $5,000 will be matched.
• A $25 gift will help heat a child’s tent in Syria with eco-friendly fuel • A $50 gift will help an infant whose mother is too malnourished to breastfeed in a besieged Syrian enclave • A $75 gift will help a refugee afford complex medical care in Lebanon • A $100 gift will help purchase a neonatal incubator for the Avicenna Women and Children’s Hospital being built underground in Syria
We are thankful for your generous support and for the relentless work of our refugee-led nonprofit partners in the Middle East who make these projects possible. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI is nearing the 2 year anniversary of a vital program that has assisted over 5,200 Syrian refugees in southern Turkey with grassroots implementing partner Basmeh and Zeitooneh. We need your support to keep this relief and self-reliance initiative running. Please consider donating at refugeeprotection.org/ to help more vulnerable refugees access both the documentation and basic service providers essential to legitimizing and supporting their stay in Turkey. Without this support, refugees can feel they have no choice but to risk their lives crossing the Mediterranean or returning to war-torn Syria. Join us in extending this support today. ... See MoreSee Less
View the latest photos from our newly supported summer refugee education project in Lebanon run by our implementing partner, Multi Aid Programs (MAPS). RPI is delighted to partner with MAPS to enable 1,400 Syrian children in Aarsal and Bekaa Valley to attend non-formal bridging courses that will help make up for lost years of schooling during the war. Many of these children were not able to attend school in the previous academic year and are hoping to have a better chance at entering school this fall. RPI and its Syrian partners have now benefited 16,360 Syrian refugees and IDPs with various forms of humanitarian aid in the Middle East. ... See MoreSee Less
We are thrilled that over $205,000 has been raised this month to support the completion of the underground Avicenna Women and Children’s Hospital in Idlib, Syria through a crowdfunder on The Syria Campaign, as well as a supporter’s Facebook campaign for RPI and pledge. The construction of what will be the largest underground hospital in the Idlib province will be completed by RPI’s implementing partner, the Sustainable International Medical Relief Organization (SIMRO). Please donate toward this lifesaving program in war-torn Syria either via RPI’s site: refugeeprotection.org/donate-2/ or the crowdfunder (associated photo below): act.thesyriacampaign.org/donate/build-a-hospital/... See MoreSee Less
RPI thanks its dear supporters who helped us raise over USD 30,000, including match, during our latest challenge, launched on the heels of a 100K matching challenge. With your heartwarming response, we are gearing up for a new round of projects with our Syrian nonprofit implementing partners in the Middle East. The children inside Syria, pictured below, and many other refugees across the region thank you from the bottom of their hearts. Visit us at: refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
RPI is so pleased by the self-confidence and friendships formed among 180 children in besieged Eastern Ghouta, Syria following a psychosocial project implemented by RPI’s partner Aosus. With unfathomable anxiety from the war and loss of loved ones, children who refused to speak at the start of the project now have invaluable friendships and social-emotional skills to cope with their trauma. Help RPI and its partners continue such projects by donating at: refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to Refugee Protection internationalThanks to Refugee Protection International for sponsoring Al Rahma Teaching Center in Barr Elias where around 300 Syrian students have access to non-formal education for the academic year 2016-2017. #Education #NonFormalEducation #SyrianRefugees #Lebanon #Syria
كل الشكر لمنظمة حماية اللاجئين الدولية لدعمهم مركز الرحمة في بر الياس حيث يحصل 300 طالب سوري على فرصة التعليم غير الرسمي للعام الدراسي 2016-2017. #سوريا #تعليم #لبنان #اللاجئون_السوريون #تعليم_غير_رسمي ... See MoreSee Less
RPI is launching a $15,000 matching challenge to expand urgent humanitarian projects for Syrian refugees. Join us in being resilient as the news from Syria worsens. Donations will anonymously be matched dollar-for-dollar to meet critical needs for education, documentation, shelter, and relief items. We are reaching 14,000 lives through our low cost refugee-led nonprofit partners in the Middle East. The images below, taken by the founder in Lebanon, remind us of the many other refugees we aim to reach. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to MAPS for facilitating RPI's visit to our jointly supported education project for Syrian refugees in Lebanon last week. We are moved by the results being achieved and by the positive outlook of the children.Ms. @jennifer.v.zimmermann the Founder & Executive Director of Refugee Protection International visited MAPs educational & healthcare projects during her visit to Lebanon. #Education #Syrian_Refugees #EPL #MAPs #RPI #Syria #Lebanon ... See MoreSee Less
Great work by RPI's Syrian nonprofit partner MAPS in Lebanon. Our ability to support education and medical awareness for 1,095 Syrian refugees in Bekaa Valley is made possible by a significant contribution from American Securities Foundation. Pictured in this post by MAPS are some of the 300 students that we are proud of for making school a priority. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI extends a special thank you to American Securities Foundation and MathWorks, Inc for their generous donations this winter through our fiscal sponsor. We are incredibly grateful for their partnership. ... See MoreSee Less
Ring in the New Year with a gift to RPI! Nearly 12,000 Syrian refugees in the Middle East are experiencing the gifts of protection and self-reliance from RPI and its partners. Make your gift today at www.refugeeprotection.org and be a part of our progress. Bring warmth to Aleppo evacuees and many others in Syria. Train women to help their communities. Give children the gift of education and psychosocial aid. These are the gifts that you can take credit for by partnering with us.
Photo Credit: RPI’s partner, Olive Branch, distributing winter kits to civilians evacuated from Eastern Aleppo to Idlib province, Syria ... See MoreSee Less
Your support for RPI is assisting hundreds of Syrians, who were among the first evacuated from Eastern Aleppo to Idlib province, Syria. Help us do more by donating at www.refugeeprotection.org With your overwhelming response to our last post, RPI’s partner is able to distribute kerosene heaters, blankets, mattresses, and plastic insulation sheets to evacuated families: mainly women and children. Many more need to be protected from the bitter cold, as photos from the evacuation make clear.
Syria needs you. With civilians desperate to flee the bombing in Aleppo, RPI and its partners are bracing for more refugees. Please give any donation you can, as we prepare to shelter more women and children crossing into southern Turkey and support their registration. Internally displaced persons are benefiting from housing upgraded by our partner on the outskirts of Aleppo. Thank you for your gifts on Giving Tuesday. Please stand with us and give again. We need not be bystanders to Aleppo's crisis.
This Giving Tuesday, a global day of charitable giving, consider donating to RPI and assisting Syrian refugees in the Middle East.
Your donation will enable RPI and its implementing partners to keep children off the war-torn streets of Syria and to help those who’ve crossed the border access urgent services. Visit our urban housing, documentation, and emergency protection programs at www.refugeeprotection.org. It is thanks to you that we have assisted nearly 9,000 displaced Syrians to date. Compel us to do more. ... See MoreSee Less
Refugee Protection International is grateful to SWEA (Swedish Women’s Educational Association) for hosting a lively discussion last night about RPI’s impact on the lives of Syrian refugees in the Middle East and what we can all do to help.
RPI and its 4 implementing partners have assisted 8,780 Syrians displaced within Syria and southern Turkey over the past year
8,780 civilians have benefited from improved access to adequate housing, documentation, basic services, and emergency protection as a result of projects funded by RPI and co-designed with Basmeh and Zeitooneh, Olive Branch, the Ulfah House Initiative, and Aosus. RPI is grateful for its invaluable partners and donors. Visit refugeeprotection.org to join us by learning more and supporting our projects. ... See MoreSee Less
Subsidizing housing rentals for vulnerable Syrians in Turkey
Through RPI's partner in Gaziantep, Turkey, vulnerable families newly displaced from Syria gain access to housing rentals, and support with identifying income generating opportunities. Many of the families consist of widows and orphaned children who are not able to obtain housing on their own, or who face imminent eviction. ... See MoreSee Less
Children under siege in Syria rejoiced during the distribution of winter clothing funded by RPI. In total, 500 children in besieged and hard-to-reach areas in southern and central Syria received urgently needed clothing. ... See MoreSee Less
1,886 Syrians received consultations from RPI’s partner, helping them access documentation and basic services in Sanliurfa, Turkey
Through over 3,200 consultations, as well as case management and accompaniment to service providers for the most vulnerable, RPI's partner has helped thousands of displaced Syrians access temporary protection IDs, birth/marriage certificates, and vital medical, legal, and educational services from governmental and non-profit agencies in Turkey. Basmeh and Zeitooneh continues to implement this RPI-funded program in collaboration with the American Bar Association, MSF (Doctors without Borders), IMC (International Medical Corps), and other international organizations. ... See MoreSee Less
How 5 women spearheaded RPI’s fundraising events this year
Owing to the efforts of 5 dedicated women in Greater Boston, including Marianne Lindahl Allen pictured below (left), RPI raised over $34,000 dollars, including match, as well as thousands in donated clothing and toys at its most recent fundraising events. In total, RPI has raised nearly $133,000 from individual donors since last October, and thousands in in-kind donations from companies and individuals. RPI wishes to thank these women for their extraordinary efforts in organizing and hosting these events, as well as all their friends who generously participated. Our fiscal sponsor, TSNE, deducts 5% from all donations. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI funded project attracts attention for promoting innovative alternative energy solutions for displaced Syrians
With funding from RPI, Olive Branch distributed dried olive pulp as an environmentally friendly fuel for heating and cooking to 920 families displaced by fighting within southern Syria. The Center for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD), based in Geneva, Switzerland, met with RPI’s founder and Olive Branch in Turkey to explore how best to encourage other aid actors to replicate this project. Following a presentation on this project at its alternative energy forum, HD invited RPI and Olive Branch to participate in a discussion meeting with Syrian non-profits on the exchange of innovative project ideas in alternative energy and food sovereignty. ... See MoreSee Less
With RPI funding, housing was upgraded for 386 civilians within Aleppo, Syria
RPI’s partner Basmeh and Zeitooneh replaced water tanks, shattered windows and doors, and made urgent plumbing and electrical repairs for 76 families unable or too fearful to flee Aleppo. Of the 386 people who benefited from this project, 285 were children and youth, 75 were women, and 5 were persons with disabilities. The windows installed will not shatter upon impact ... See MoreSee Less
With your support, RPI and its implementing partners launched 6 urgent winterization projects in December and January for conflict-displaced Syrians within Syria and Turkey. We cannot thank our supporters enough. These projects aim to:
• Deliver dried olive pits/pulp as heating fuel to 900 families in southern Syria, who have resorted to deforestation as they cannot afford the wartime cost of fuel
• Distribute reinforced plastic sheeting to 600 families in southern Syria to reduce exposure to the winter elements by covering conflict-induced damage to housing
• Upgrade the shelters of 30 families in Aleppo, Syria, to connect the shelters to alternative utility systems and to replace damaged doors and windows
• Distribute winter clothing to 365 children in southern and central Syria, many of which have been recently displaced by shelling
• Subsidize rent for 15 Syrian refugee families and distribute coal for heating to 25 families comprised of vulnerable women and children, in southern Turkey, and facilitate their job search
• Open an information and accompaniment project to support 2,640 Syrians in accessing documentation and public services in southern Turkey
Please consider bringing in the New Year by making your last 2015 U.S. tax-deductible gift to Refugee Protection International (RPI) before the clock strikes midnight. Your donation will be matched and countless Syrian refugees in Syria and Turkey will benefit as a result. For more information about the winterization projects RPI has begun launching with its Syrian implementing partners, please visit our website at: www.refugeeprotection.org
Thank you and may 2016 bring you and your family much joy!
Jennifer V. Zimmermann Founder & Executive Director Refugee Protection International ... See MoreSee Less
Dear Friends, please join us on this Giving Tuesday in supporting the launch of Refugee Protection International’s winterization projects for urban refugees in Syria and Turkey with our local implementing partners. Your donation will be matched dollar for dollar. With heartfelt thanks from RPI. www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
This Thanksgiving, RPI is thankful for the courageous work of its partners --Olive Branch, Basmeh and Zeitoneeh, Ulfah House, and Aosus -- to enable Syrian refugees to overcome the upcoming winter within Syria and Turkey. Happy Thanksgiving to all! Support RPI at: www.refugeeprotection.org... See MoreSee Less
Struck by the tragedy in Paris and the enormity of the crisis in Syria?
Syrian refugees and IDPs are increasingly unable to make ends meet in overstrained urban areas across the Middle East. Many are risking their lives to access Western Europe.
Enable the most vulnerable to survive the coming winter within Syria, Turkey, and Iraq by donating to Refugee Protection International (RPI) and its implementing partners today at: www.refugeeprotection.org
The first USD 100,000 donated will be matched and immediately directed toward humanitarian and protection projects for thousands of families. ... See MoreSee Less
RPI board member, Nadine Walicki of the Norwegian Refugee Council, spoke at MIT on Nov. 10th at a symposium on urban displacement hosted by the MIT Displacement Research Action Network (DRAN) ... See MoreSee Less
Refugee Protection International is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Greater Boston, USA. RPI and its grassroots partners in the Middle East provide humanitarian assistance to strengthen the self-reliance and protection of urban refugees near conflict zones.