Migrants are #NotAlone
Across the globe, people who migrate or are displaced from their homes face unacceptable risks. But people on the move are not alone in their journeys. Whether at land or sea, the work of the IFRC Network aims to save lives, reduce risks and provide access to essential services.
Ensuring no one is alone
At almost every moment of every day, Red Cross and Red Crescent teams are helping people cope with the risks and challenges along migration journeys and working to protect and restore their dignity.
At border crossings, handing out food and water. In call centres, connecting people to lost family members. At airports, bus stops and train stations, providing people with a warm meal, a kind ear, and a safe space to rest. Wherever there is need, Red Cross and Red Crescent is there.
Protection through partnership
A critical element in our work to ensure migrants are not alone is the Programmatic Partnership. This partnership between IFRC, many of its member National Societies and the European Union, supports our efforts to protect the safety, dignity and rights of people on the move and provide principled humanitarian assistance that meets their complex needs.
100s of Humanitarian Service Points (HSP)
Around the world, there are hundreds of humanitarian service points run by Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies that provide essential services and protection to people on the move.
155 Red Cross & Red Crescent National Societies
Around the world, 155 Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies directly support refugees, migrants, displaced people and asylum seekers – irrespective of their status – and the communities who host them.
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Our work in action
Meeting migrants where they need us most
Humanitarian Service Points in Action: A global review