World Refugee Day


June 20, 2014

People are being displaced at home and abroad due to war, natural disasters, climate changes, and more. All we can do is help them find new homes to begin again. Can you image your life if suddenly everything was gone? Today we look at the critical situations in the Middle East and Africa where thousands of people are being displaced every day.

They say that everything happens for reason, but that's something humans tell themselves when life makes no sense. It is all programmed, and though you may think you're shifting your own programming, that isn't the case. Hope is an important ingredient that keeps the human experience moving forward in the timelines of this reality. It can be the biggest blessing or the greatest deception.










World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day is dedicated to raising awareness
of the situation of refugees throughout the world.




5 Key Takeaways From Startling Global Refugee Report  
National Geographic - June 21, 2014
1. Numbers of refugees have swelled passing WWII.

2. More than half of the refugees are children.

3. Aid agencies are near the breaking point.

4. Developing countries host most of the refugees.

5. More than half of the refugees came from just three countries.
Afghanistan (2.56 million), Syria (2.47 million), and Somalia (1.12 million).





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