"I want to finish school and get a good job in order to support my relatives in Africa, because I know that the life that they are living is not easy in the least. I know because I lived it."
Ushindi has a bright future ahead in Canada where he attends school for free and never has to go hungry. He has expanded his horizons and has found new hope.
“No human being would prefer losing her beloved country and being called a ‘refugee.’ Everyone would definitely return home if they could,...”
The night Mediatrice Kabasinga left her home in Rwanda, she didn’t know where she was heading. She was eight months pregnant with her second child and running for her life…
The crisis in Cote d’Ivoire, began during the day, we found the market, each other, and looking for a place or shelter to avoid stray bullets.
At the 10th Skopje Marathon, two racers from Guinea attracted the attention of the public with their contagious enthusiasm and smiling faces…
I had met Bosnian refugees in Malaysia years ago when I was working at a university in the 1990s, and they were very much welcomed by the Malaysian Government and given assistance. Years later, I met a boy who told me he was from Myanmar, begging for money at a café where I was eating.