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South Sudan Refugee Crisis South Sudan’s forgotten refugees

South Sudan is currently experiencing the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis. Over 2.3 million people are displaced. This number is of course higher, as not every displaced person can be accounted for, especially in the rural regions. What’s worse is that South Sudan lacks the resources to prevent further displacement. Constant violence, a crippled economy […]

What Jordan can Learn from Uganda What Jordan can learn from Uganda: The Refugee Crisis

There has never been a universal approach to dealing with the many refugee crises throughout history. Some countries handle influxes of refugees better than others. This is because many countries have not created policies to support refugees, and in times of crisis, are caught in a bind, where they support the intake of refugees, but […]

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IRT Champions

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

Corporate

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

Fundraiser

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

Volunteer

Chloe

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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