Urgent Appeal for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 is a situation unlike anything we've faced before – and it threatens refugees.

Around the clock, UNHCR is delivering lifesaving supplies and support to refugees and displaced people in countries like Bangladesh and Syria.

But we can't tackle this pandemic alone.

Thank you for being the best of humanity by donatingTODAY.

 

 

Help now

$800

supports the construction of a water and sanitation facility, including communal latrines and toilets, for one classroom in a school


$100 

could support the construction of one tube well to provide clean water to refugees


$15 

costs to provide a person of concern with primary healthcare services

 

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