Resettlement is a viable option for less than one percent of the more than 70 million people worldwide who were forced to flee their homelands due to persecution based on their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, gender or sexual orientation.
IRHRI is proud to partner with local Refugee Assistance Organizations throughout the world to assist the refugees.
IRHRI strongly believes that today’s most vulnerable and marginalized groups particularly women and children have the potential to deliver a significant contribution to the society and can champion socio-economic and political growth and eradication of poverty in Africa, to be part of a free world as responsible citizens.
IRHRI thus engages with decision makers at community, national, regional and international levels for inclusive development to effectively harness people’s socio-economic and political potential.
IRHRI resettlement clients include some of the world’s most vulnerable refugees, those whose lives continued to be at risk in the country to which they immediately fled; orphaned and separated children who are vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation among others.
In all our works, women, youth and children rights take centre stage as our primary target groups of beneficiaries because we consider them as the most vulnerable people to any form of injustices.