At work in 25 countries, the IRC delivers emergency aid, rebuilds disrupted communities, cares for war-traumatized children, rehabilitates infrastructure, reunites families, establishes schools, trains teachers, strengthens the capacity of local organizations, and supports civil society and good-governance initiatives in places affected by war and disaster.
For refugees afforded sanctuary in the United States, the International Rescue Committee's offices provide assistance aimed at helping new arrivals get settled, adjust and acquire the skills to become self-sufficient. For more information about how the IRC operates, and how you can contribute to its efforts to restore dignity and self-reliance, visit www.theirc.org.
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