Here at RefuCare we have several areas that we want to focus on. That's where you come in. Where do you see your contribution going and how would you like to help our campaigns move forward? Our main areas that we want to address come straight from the mouths of those that we aim to serve. This is what they desire and we play a part in helping create that reality. See our campaigns below and see how you can join us in turning Refugee camps into Communities that the residents can be proud of.
Eritrean Refugee Women's Community Center in Sudan
We are building a women's community center in the Um'gargour Refugee Camp of Sudan that will serve as an income-generating opportunity for Eritrean refugee women. We secured a grant to help finance the project, but we need more funds to equip the center with necessities. Funds raised will go towards the remaining materials needed for construction of the building, chairs, tables, sewing machines, and fabrics. The center will allow for women to make and sell clothes so that they can support themselves and their families. Together we can give Eritrean refugee women the opportunity to become self-reliant.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world" Nelson Mendela
Through the support of our generous donors, RefuCare is able to provide necessary educational tools for 4th and 5th grade students in camp Kilo 26 in Sudan.
Copy Machine / Printer
Refugee students asked for a much needed printer and copy machine for their camp to avoid the weekly three-hour commute just to print papers for the students in the camps. Through the support of donors, RefuCare provided them the much needed machine to help them focus more on education and less on traveling.
Refugee Crisis in Indonesia
The financial crisis in Saudi Arabia has caused a high number of migrants among Eritreans causing them to leave their home in Saudi Arabia and onto to various countries such as Sudan, Egypt, Turkey and Indonesia. There is an overwhelming need of support for the student refugees in Jakarta, Indonesia. RefuCare has provided all necessary educational tools (classrooms, chairs, desks, books, teachers, etc). to support over 100 students.
In 2021, Refucare has provided volunteer teachers from around the globe who are dedicating their time weekly tp provide the necessary education to the refugees until they receive their settlement in Indonesia.
Boredom is the number one cause of mental illness in the refugee camps. To help alleviate it, RefuCare has begun implementing projects, such as bringing in children's playground equipment to the camps to provide the youth with an opportunity to live a decent childhood even within the camps.