A HUMANITARIAN CRISIS OF UNPRECEDENTED SCALE.
'26% of the world's refugees now live in Africa, in some of the world's poorest nations, least equipped to handle the inflow.' Uganda, a country remarkably open to refugees, provides a plot of land in BidiBidi to newly arriving refugees fleeing war-torn South Sudan. Months ago it was a tiny Ugandan village. Now BidiBidi is the world's fourth-largest refugee camp.
With the thousands of new daily arrivals and a patchwork of existing infrastructure, financial support is desperately needed. That's why Atomic Data is matching up to $25,000 in donations for American Refugee Committee to expand and improve the camp.
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