Provide Aid To Internally Displaced Persons
Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) have not crossed borders in search of safety. They, unlike refugees, are on the run in their own country.
The displaced people often lose everything when they have to flee – their homes, their jobs, and their belongings. This can make it very hard for them to start again in a new place.
Many IDPs live in camps or other temporary shelters. Others try to integrate into the local community. Some IDPs eventually return home, but others become refugees if they are unable to go back.
United Hands Relief delivered emergency assistance to the internally displaced by the ongoing conflict. Assistance packages include winterization kits and non-food items (NFIs) and tents. Please donate and bring relief to these difficult situations.
The project targeted IDPs, people in need, and conflict affected populations.
The number of IDPs has increased dramatically in recent years. According to the UN, there were 65.3 million IDPs in 2015 – that’s one person in every 113.
From the beginning of conflict, IDPs have lived under extremely difficult circumstances, and their situation is so bad that they are willing to risk their lives and return to their homes despite the insecurity there. They live in schools, but face constant pressure from the host communities to vacate them. The influx of IDPs has put tremendous strain on the already weak services. It has also burdened the host families who are themselves very poor. IDPs also face protection issues.
Of the entire population have no home
People have been flee their homes
People are still displaced
Engages in humanitarian projects both locally and internationally to assist those in dire need of assistance. It is our goal to empower individuals and families within their communities.