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What we do

The Estonian Refugee Council is active in Estonia and abroad. We are focused on:
  • humanitarian aid (MPC, food security); livelihoods
  • support services, mental health, and community activities
  • raising awareness
We provide assistance to refugees and displaced persons around the world
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What help we provide
We help in various ways: supporting basic needs, giving advice, providing grants, and motivating those in vulnerable situations.
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Humanitarian aid
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society
Adaptation and integration
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Protection
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food
Food security

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Programmes

Our thematic programmes through which we provide help and act
Countries:
521
243
244
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The programme increases the self-sufficiency of people affected by crises by supporting them in starting or expanding their businesses and/or effectively entering the labour market.

Countries:
521

The programme supports the self-sufficiency of refugees in Estonia. As part of the counselling programme, we offer refugees high-quality, relevant and up-to-date information based on their personal needs to help them make informed decisions about rebuilding their lives in a new country.

Countries:
521

The programme creates a more cohesive society by supporting refugees adapting to a new society, and the local or host community in including newcomers. In addition, the community programme identifies systemic and practical obstacles to adaptation and integration and ensures the rights of refugees.

Countries:
521

The program offers various activities supporting mental health, including group and individual therapy sessions, to increase the psychological well-being of refugees and ensure a healthier and more balanced society on a larger scale.

Countries:
521

The Education and Awareness programme raises awareness about forced migration and integration by highlighting the new possibilities and challenges accompanying migration.

Countries:
243
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The programme provides timely, effective and need-based assistance to people who have had to leave their homes or have been otherwise affected by armed conflicts or natural disasters.

Countries:
521
244

The programme protects the rights and well-being of refugees through upholding and monitoring international law, promoting adopting evidence-based and effective practices, and participating in sectoral discussions and legislative processes.

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