Are we listening? Or are we operating with a currency of fear? One Day’s Wages’ founder Eugene Cho explores these questions with Wondercamp filmmakers as they share stories of refugees in the Middle East.
The fastest growing refugee crisis in the world is happening before our very eyes in Southeast Asia. Since August 2017, nearly 700,000 Rohingya refugees have fled their homes in Myanmar and crossed the border into Bangladesh. One Day’s Wages is partnering with World Renew to provide essential resources to people in need.
It’s been seven years since the war in Syria began and people are still seeking refuge from the continued violence. Seven years is a long time to listen. It’s a long time to engage, invest, and care. We want to continue listening, sharing stories, and empowering children, women, and their families. Join us.
Recently, a small team and I from ODW were able to visit and assess our projects and partnerships in response to the Syrian and Iraqi refugee crisis.
Your support is impacting the lives of Syrian refugees by providing access to quality education and creating a renewed sense of normalcy in their lives.