Over 59.5 million people are living somewhere other than their homeland right now. Over the past four years, the highest number of people since the post-World War II era fled their homes in search of safety. Now staying in transitional camps or settled in new countries, some struggle with PTSD, others with language and cultural acquisition, all with loneliness for home and the people they left behind.
Today is World Refugee Day, by proclamation of the U.N. High Commission for Refugees. Entrust is doing what it can to serve displaced people in parts of the Middle East and Europe.
Who’s new in your neighborhood? What could you do to help them feel just a little more at home today?