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On the streets of Bogotá
With no way to pay rent, Jeidi and her kids were evicted. As they wandered hungry through the streets of Bogotá, Jeidi couldn't see the future anymore.
They don't walk alone
Each day, thousands walk the Ruta de Caminantes between Venezuela and Colombia, seeking safety and refuge. This is one family’s journey.
How an Afghan engineer is realizing his dreams after fleeing his country
Amin’s dreams were shattered when the Taliban took control. But with Bethany’s help, he is building a new future in the United States.
How do refugees get resettled in the U.S.?
Refugees entering the U.S. have endured a long, difficult journey. They need our help.
A harrowing refugee journey out of Venezuela
When Samuel and Ana fled Venezuela for safety, their worst nightmare was realized: They lost their daughter in the chaos of the trek. Discover how she was reunified with her parents.
A path to safety
Eight-year-old Samantha and her mother fled danger in Venezuela and found refuge—and a new voice—in Colombia. Learn how you’re helping refugees.
Self-care for social workers
Yesenia Fermin, Bethany’s director of culture and belonging offers 4 ways social workers can build resilience—and why it matters for self-care.
Serving Afghan refugees on military bases: Bethany staff share their experiences
When tens of thousands of Afghans arrived in the U.S. last September, Bethany stepped up to help.
A veteran who served in Afghanistan now helps Afghan refugees resettle
For some families resettling in the U.S., this is the first time they’ve ever felt safe. Every one of us can do something to provide refugees with a warm welcome.
After fleeing the Taliban, an Afghan refugee begins a new life
Ali worked alongside the U.S. government in Afghanistan. But as the U.S. military withdrew, he was forced to flee his homeland.