COVID-19 has shown that we can only be safe if everyone is included and protected.
For 80 million forcibly displaced individuals who have been uprooted from their homes, the effects of the pandemic have exacerbated the threat posed by climate crisis and continued conflicts.
In Mindanao, a persistent displacement cycle, linked to the root causes of conflict, is putting 274,327 forcibly displaced individuals at risk. With loss of livelihoods, disrupted learning, and deepening poverty on top of health and protection risks, they need our help now more than ever.
A donation during this critical time can help save lives: it will mean emergency assistance like hygiene kits, solar lamps, tarpaulins, and sleeping mats to keep them safe from the elements. It will mean ease access to vital services like health, water, and sanitation. But we cannot do this without your support.
Together, we can recover from this pandemic without leaving the most vulnerable behind.