Who We Help    

United Federation Of Volunteers For Refugees Action Australia  identifies and helps to protect the most vulnerable refugees. The factors that heighten vulnerability vary from one refugee situation to the next but generally the most vulnerable include:



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Children make up over 60% of the complete population of refugees, despite the reality that children account for only 41% of the world’s population. Many refugee teens have misplaced their normal support structures (extended family, neighbors, teachers), leaving them mainly inclined to abuse, violence, exploitation, and persevered trauma. Their education is also frequently interrupted, regularly put on keep for years on end.

A commitment to baby protection underpins all that we do at  UFVRA Australia. We rent Child Protection Experts across the globe. For children who are unaccompanied – both separated from mother and father or orphaned – we behavior Best Interest Determinations (BIDs) to assess the minor’s state of affairs and decide the fine way forward.

For teenagers dwelling with their parents, we center of attention on aiding the family via food, rent, and scientific help as the frontline of protection. We also help school enrollment and focus on training as an important intervention for combating poverty and supplying kids with possibilities to integrate in their new communities in their host nations round the world. Read More Stories>>


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