No Way Home


Semer, 2, and his sister, Islam, 1, are thin and lethargic. Their mother, Nura, fears for their health because of their harsh living conditions as refugees in Jordan.

On average, 42,500 people became refugees, displaced within their own country, or asylum seekers every day in 2014, the U.N. refugee agency says.

The agency’s Global Trends report says 2014 saw the sharpest increase ever in the number of people forced to flee their homes, driven primarily by civil war in Syria. Nearly 60 million people worldwide had been forcibly displaced at the end of 2014; half of them children.

World Vision is working to help people displaced in areas affected by the Syria and Iraq crises, war in South Sudan, and violence in Central African Republic, among other hotspots. 

Photo©2013 Jon Warren/World Vision

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