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REFUGEE & IMMIGRANT SUPPORT

 
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OUR APPROACH

Around the world, 70.8 million individuals have fled violence, persecution, extreme poverty, and disasters in their home countries without any guarantee of ever returning. Half of the world’s refugees are children, and many flee their homes alone or in groups, making them especially vulnerable to human trafficking and other forms of violence. Tens of millions more are migrants who leave their homes because of hunger, violence, and poverty. They are Syrians fleeing war and extremism, Venezuelans seeking safety from an autocratic regime and harsh economic conditions, South Sudanese (mostly women and children) fleeing from brutal conflict, and on and on.

Not a single one would have left everything they know, carrying their children on a dangerous journey, unless the danger they leave behind is far greater. They are seeking safety, opportunity, and a chance to live with dignity. 

As the church, we are called to care for the vulnerable and welcome the “stranger” (Matthew 25:35-40). NCM partners with local churches around the world to support refugees and immigrants through education for children, assistance for persecuted Christians, emergency relief for families in crisis, and support for families who have been resettled. In the United States, NCM also works with compassionate ministry centers that are providing legal assistance for people seeking a path to citizenship.

WHAT WE DO

GREATER COMPASSION

HOLISTIC CHILD DEVELOPMENT

EMERGENCY RELIEF

ANTI-TRAFFICKING

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

HUNGER

CLEAN WATER

HEALTH CARE

HIV & AIDS

REFUGEE & IMMIGRANT SUPPORT

WOMEN & GIRLS

ALL PROJECTS

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