“The boss wants five lunches, to go,” he demanded, without offering to pay.
Amaya looked over at her sister, confused. She replied, “Who is your boss and why do we have to give him free lunch?”... Read More
Did you know that 80% of refugees are women and children?
In 1972, one of our clients, Ella, first arrived in Tanzania as a young Burundian refugee. She was not alone. Faced with violence and ethnic... Read More
Imagine being a mother of two and hearing from your son on a daily basis, ¨Mom let´s get out of here, I can’t handle it anymore.¨
Every day that Valeria and her son Alejandro left their home... Read More
Industrious from the start, Pablo began styling hair at the age of 14 and opened his own barbershop in Honduras when he was 22. His customers confided in him, and he would listen to them without judgment... Read More
Asad graduated from high school at the top of his class. With a thirst for knowledge and a gift for languages, including English, he dreamed of pursuing a university education. His prospects should... Read More