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Prosthetics Prosthetics for Syrian Refugees

In the developing world, losing a leg often means losing your primary mode of transportation. While amputations are less common today in the Western world, the procedure remains highly prevalent in less developed countries. Amputations in the Developing World The rate of amputations is increasing in the developing world, in part because of violence. Land […]

Jordan and the Syrian Refugee Crisis edit Jordan and the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Jordan is one of few countries around the world that have highly prioritised the safety of their Syrian neighbours. Jordan shares a border with Syria, so they have taken responsibility in helping Syrians escape the brutal civil war and violence that has come with it. Jordan has taken in 1,265,000 refugees, 657,422 of whom are […]

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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

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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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