The global refugee crisis presents an enormous challenge for healthcare provision, and supporting vulnerable refugees and migrants is at the heart of our work. We believe migrants should have access to high-quality healthcare at every stage of their journey, regardless of their nationality, immigration status or reason for leaving their country.

Healthcare facilities for the hundreds of thousands of people in refugee camps, in communities and on the move are often inadequate. Mental distress among migrants is particularly common due to the trauma of fleeing war, violence, and persecution, which is then further exacerbated by the stress of the journey.

We empower migrants to access health services, recommend health systems to be more flexible and inclusive, and to educate health professionals about how to engage effectively with migrant communities.