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Change their stories

Of the 22 million refugees who have fled their homes, over half are under the age of 18. Together, we can change their stories.

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Our approach to humanitarian action

Technology can play a critical role in helping the world’s most vulnerable people recover and rebuild their lives.

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Empowering first responders

During natural disasters, first responders provide critical services to those affected. We support these organizations through technology donations and financial support during response and recovery efforts. We also work closely with experts to better prepare for and respond to future disasters.

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Empowering humanitarian organizations

Humanitarian organizations provide a broad spectrum of vital services to vulnerable populations around the world. From the front-line aid workers to programs teams and fundraisers, we’re committed to helping these organizations pursue their missions with secured, reliable, and trusted cloud solutions.

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Empowering displaced people

Refugees face countless challenges as they flee their homes and countries. We partner with nonprofit organizations to provide digital skills resources and training to help displaced people begin rebuilding their lives.

Let’s help young refugees achieve their dreams

  • Learning to hope again

    In a Jordanian camp near the Syrian border, a small group of girls forms a circle. They stretch their arms up, their fingers nearly brushing the brightly colored paper chains decorating the ceiling. Twelve-year-old Azeh grins at her teacher, and her smile is as expansive as her wide-open arms.

    Read her story
  • Gold medals and big dreams

    In a makeshift gym in the middle of the Jordanian desert, a young man completes another set of pull-ups—anything to give him an edge over the competition. Yousef, a 15-year-old refugee from Syria, takes training seriously because he knows what wrestling and martial arts can give him: a new future.

    Read his story
  • The chance to start a new life

    When fighting broke out in her village in South Sudan, Joann shepherded her pre-teen sister away from violence—and away from home. They escaped with nothing but their lives. With no food, they drank from streams, slept under trees and journeyed south until they crossed the border into Uganda.

    Read her story
  • “I feel safe. And I feel welcome.”

    When you ask 16-year-old Nabil about his favorite thing about living in America, you’ll discover how much he loves playing forward on his soccer team. His favorite courses in school are the computer classes where he’s learning how to program. And he loves donuts—lots and lots of chocolate donuts.

    Read his story
  • Building a better future

    Shamshidah is Rohingya, an ethnic minority of Myanmar denied citizenship and targeted by violence. She and her family fled persecution and eventually found their way to Malaysia. They had no official papers, no money, and no education—other than occasional math lessons from their father.

    Read her story

Get involved

We partner with trusted humanitarian organizations that work every day to provide aid and support to displaced people around the world.

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CARE assists refugees with food, shelter, and medical supplies; provides cash transfers; and helps refugees find and create jobs.

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Mercy Corps empowers people to survive through crisis, build better lives, and transform their communities for good.

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Learn more about IRC

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) helps people whose lives and livelihoods have been shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their futures.

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Learn more about SOS Children’s Villages

Through emergency programs for refugees, SOS Children’s Villages reunites families, protects children’s rights, and offers technology centers and child-friendly spaces for communication and education.

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Learn more about NRC

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) works in crises across 31 countries to provide life-saving and long-term assistance to millions of people forced to flee.

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Learn more about UNHCR

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) provides vital assistance to people who have been forced to flee their homes due to violence, conflict, or persecution. UNHCR provides shelter, food, water, medical care, and other lifesaving assistance to refugees around the world.

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