World Relief Challenges Americans Not to Look Away, Help the Children in Detention at Our Border

World Relief Challenges Americans Not to Look Away, Help the Children in Detention at Our Border

As the heartbreaking image of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez, gripped by his young daughter in their last moments of life along the U.S.-Mexico border, pricks the conscience of the nation, World Relief is challenging Americans not to look away, but to respond with courage and compassion.

Today on World Refugee Day, World Relief and Leading Faith Groups Urge Mike Pompeo to Protect Persecuted Refugees

Today on World Refugee Day, World Relief and Leading Faith Groups Urge Mike Pompeo to Protect Persecuted Refugees

Today, World Relief and 41 other leading faith organizations released a letter to Secretary of State Pompeo urging the administration to increase the number of refugees resettled in the U.S., particularly those who are fleeing persecution as religious minorities in their country of origin.

World Relief Responds to Humanitarian Aid Cut to Central America

World Relief Responds to Humanitarian Aid Cut to Central America

Over the last week, President Trump announced that his administration would cut aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador because they had failed to prevent migrants from journeying to the U.S. World Relief responds as the House Foreign Affairs Committee holds a hearing on the importance of U.S. aid to Central America.

World Relief Akron

World Relief Akron

World Relief announced its decision to close its office in Akron, OH. The unfortunate reality of the environment at this time makes it necessary to close the office. As the U.S. government decreases the number of refugees admitted into the U.S. and has also signaled an intent to reduce the longstanding public/private partnership with refugee resettlement agencies, World Relief unfortunately needs to reduce its footprint nationally in places like Akron where additional support for refugees already remains strong.

World Relief Responds to Cyclone Idai’s Impact on Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi

World Relief Responds to Cyclone Idai’s Impact on Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi

Cyclone Idai landed in Beira, Mozambique, last Thursday before its severe winds and flooding spread to neighboring countries of Malawi and Zimbabwe. The U.N. estimates the tropical storm has affected more than 2.6 million people across Southeastern Africa, devastating more than 1.7 million people in its path in Mozambique and over 920,000 in neighboring Malawi.