Reuters feature on businesses across the globe helping to solve issues faced by displaced peoples.
Refugee Success Stories
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After escaping human trafficking, Sirojiddin returned home to start a bakery said to serve some of the best naan in the region.
A refugee from Syria who moved to the United States three years ago with his wife and two daughters, Abdulraheem has learned to embrace the interest the community has in not only his food, but his background as well.
“I like to share my food and my country with people here. This food is my country,” he says.
For Sam Bashiry, an emotional breakdown outside Centrelink and a $1000 second-hand purchase became a $25 million-a-year success story.
Pakistani authorities are beginning to legally register Afghan refugees for open bank accounts and help them become part of the country’s formal economy.
Ethiopia’s recent law gives almost 1 million refugees the right to work and live outside of camps.