1. 15/5/2019 Refugee camps are almost always located on sparsely populated “waste” land, so the host country does not need to displace a large population. For example, reports suggest that the government of Bangladesh may plan to settle 400,000 Rohingya refugees on Hatiya Island—an uninhabited river island...
  2. 28/10/2014 While coming back, returnees are facing many challenges: Lack of shelter, Lack of food, Lack of the other items like cloths and houses materials, Lack of water and sanitation, Drop out school, Lack of employment Etc Working with returnees is helping them to meet these needs.
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  4. 20/2/2018 PermacultureForRefugees (P4R) ha publicado su primer folleto de una serie para llevar soluciones de permacultura a las situaciones de refugiados. Permaculture for Refugees in Camps es una guía de cómo-hacer de 20 páginas que presenta un enfoque positivo para transformar los campos de refugiados....
  5. We pilot innovative approaches to greening refugee camps and communities by building capacity, monitoring effectiveness, disseminating good practice and sharing knowledge. We aim to stimulate research, influence policy and advocate for the importance of gardens in forced displacement. In all our...
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  7. The plight of refugees from Rwanda, Burundi, and Democratic Republic of Congo made international headlines between 1993 and 1998. Throughout central Africa, roughly 3.4 million refugees crossed international borders, 2.3 million persons became internally displaced, and 600,000 exiles returned to...
  8. In 2015, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees accommodated over 15 million refugees, mostly in refugee camps in developing countries. The World Food Program provided these refugees with food aid, in cash or in kind. Refugees’ impacts on host countries are controversial and little...
  9. Abstract, The Journal of Nutrition, 2002 Policies for protecting the nutrition of displaced people (including refugees) have evolved significantly since the sharp increase in numbers began in the 1970s. Food supplies have often been grossly inadequate, probably contributing to the very high...
  10. The most recent figures from the un refugee agency show that in 2016, more than 65 million people were forced from their home by wars, conflict, and persecution — more than at any other time since records began. When the humanitarian needs are great, so too is the need to work harder to find...