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South Sudan Our year at a glance: Helping people in crisis in South Sudan

International Refugee Trust has been working with our partners, the Comboni Missionary Sisters in South Sudan for over a decade providing vital healthcare to hundreds of displaced people. In a country that has one of the highest rates of infant mortality in the world, the St. Theresa Hospital in Nzara, South Sudan plays a critical […]

Two staff members from OCA Our year at a glance: Stepping Up out of poverty in Uganda

Uganda is one of the world’s poorest nations, due to decades of conflict. An entire generation lost out on education and training opportunities, never developing the skills to thrive. Our StepUp programme aims to break the cycle of poverty that afflicts rural farming families in northern Uganda. IRT has supported the StepUp programme since 2011, […]

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IRT Champions

Celebrating our standout supporters who give their time or money (or both!)


De La Rue team training

We chose IRT because they stay and help people even after the cameras have left. The projects are for long term sustainability. IRT give people resources for life so that the work continues when the charity leaves.De La Rue from Basingstoke


Tim running Bath Half Marathon

I finished with a time of 1:43:16 which I was really really happy with. It was a pleasure to run it for such a good cause.Tim from Bath



IRT does a fantastic job supporting refugees, returnees and IDPs worldwide. It has been an absolute pleasure to work here!Chloe from London

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