Some of what we saw in our programs around the world in June
On June 20th, we honored refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) across the world for World Refugee Day. We took part in various efforts to remember the millions of displaced men, women, and children around the world who deserve to be safe, healthy and thriving.
We continue to work with UNHCR in providing assistance and medical services to refugees and migrants in Libya who are fleeing North Africa.
A flight containing assets from our mobile field hospital and other lifesaving relief supplies to help combat Ebola arrived in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, on June 8.
We’re on the ground in affected areas, working to support Ministry of Health-led efforts to contain and prevent the spread of Ebola.
Our Global Ambassador Sienna Miller hosted a gathering at Milk Studios in New York where she recounted her visit to our programs in Nigeria.
As the situation in Yemen grows increasingly dire, we’re on the ground working hard to provide healthcare, food, WASH services and much more to millions forced to leave their homes.
Sony hosted an employee engagement event where the Playstation team learned about our work around the world and assembled wound care kits that will be standing by for our next disaster response.
The Jowhar district of Somalia was one of the hardest hit areas of the country following the flash floods that hit the country in May. We’re there, distributing hygiene kits to affected families and holding educational classes to help prevent the spread of disease.
We’re helping internally displaced people in Baidoa, Somalia, recover and rebuild following the devastating flash floods in May. Our Mobile Clinic Teams have been providing crucial health care to those in even the most remote areas.