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Targeted by Taliban, Evacuated to the UK: Naikmal’s Story

Refugee Employment, STEP

His work for a women’s reproductive health NGO made him a target, as it opposed Taliban values. Escaping to the UK on a British military plane with his wife and four children, he arrived in as an asylum-seeker having left almost everything behind. We had the chance to speak to Naikmal about his incredible story, and his new life in the UK working as a World Jewish Relief employment advisor for Afghan refugees.

Woman looking at her submerged house in Bangladesh

The Climate Crisis: A Humanitarian and a Jewish Issue

Climate Resilience

The climate crisis is global and interconnected. It is bigger than any individual, community, religion, or nation. Yet every individual, organisation, religion, and nation will be affected and must take a role in addressing it. At World Jewish Relief, it has become ever clearer that our work in low and middle income countries, in which many of the world’s most vulnerable people live, is dramatically affected by the climate crisis.


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