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The Drivers of Mass Displacement: Ukraine and Beyond

May 31, 2023 |

Nyakaar abandoned her home in South Sudan when armed conflict threatened her village. She found safety in the Bentiu Protection of Civilians camp, a U.N.-run camp for internally displaced South Sudanese people where World Relief operates health and nutrition programming. Shortly after arriving, Nyakaar gave birth to her son, Bone. In the world today, a…

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From DRC to the 253: A blacklisted, exiled journalist hasn’t given up working for a better Congo

April 6, 2022

At his newfound home in Tacoma, Washington, Antoine Roger Bolamba has watched Chris Cuomo criticize Donald Trump on live TV.…

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Seattle Blog on Refugee Resettlement

Efoe Davis: Resettlement Through the Eyes of a Caseworker

March 20, 2022

Efoe Davis is a caseworker at World Relief Western Washington in our King County office, who regularly meets with individuals…

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8 Things You Need To Know About the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis

8 Things You Need To Know About the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis

March 16, 2022

A full-scale invasion of Ukraine is underway. More than 10 million Ukrainian women, men and children have been forced to…

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Systems Change in Seattle

March 23, 2021

As World Relief Seattle’s Executive Director and an immigrant myself, I have seen the razor-thin line between security and insecurity…

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Grieving through service

August 1, 2020

The following reflection was written by World Relief Seattle intern, Katherine Abdallah. Katherine joined the team at World Relief during…

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A growing family

August 4, 2019

The following is a reflection written by Liz Hadley, Employment Specialist at World Relief Seattle. Pulling up to the McGlashan’s…

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