I visited Seng Nu “Sandy” Pan and Ni Hluan at their two-bedroom apartment near Duke University last week to talk about the changes in their lives since being resettled by […]
As all of our concern grows for the children fleeing violence in Central America and seeking safety in the United States, we’ve just learned that the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement plans […]
A few photos from our World Refugee Day picnic and soccer day at Duke University. Check out The Durham Herald Sun’s coverage of the event here.
Last week we welcomed our one thousandth refugee. On Wednesday evening at about 8 PM CWS-Durham welcomed our thousandth refugee client at Raleigh-Durham airport. Number one thousand is a two-year-old little […]
Today there are more than 15 million refugees in the world. This is a staggering number, a number beyond imagining. Of these millions, each year the United States welcomes about […]
Click on the picture to watch Osman, a CWS-Durham client, tell the story of his own journey from Darfur, Sudan to Durham, North Carolina.
Today’s post comes from Jen Skees (firstname.lastname@example.org), CWS-Durham’s Preferred Communities Case Manager. Jen works to connect new arrival refugees with health resources and opportunities for social integration. Throughout the world, […]
This story was originally posted on heraldsun.com UNC students help ease transition, stress for refugees May. 31, 2014 @ 06:17 PM Wes Platt CHAPEL HILL — Last […]
Click here to see a slideshow of photos from the event! Join CWS staff and new arrival refugees for a celebration of World Refugee Day on Saturday June 28th at […]
In August 2013, our office began providing services through the School Impact (SI) program. The principal aims of SI are to orient parents who are newer to the U.S. to […]