Fugee is a non-profit which champions equality and access by and with refugees where each person has the right to build a meaningful life. We do this through advocacy, and education and entrepreneurship programmes.
The aim is for refugees to integrate into the local way of life, not to simply adapt to the culture but to be able to get the drift of and thrive in their host country. With us, they gain the confidence to transition into society, and use their education and skills to earn a living and contribute to the local economy. In other words, by and with refugees, we work together to connect them to dignifying opportunities to set themselves up for success.
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Beauty queen and humanitarian Deborah Priya Henry told Malay Mail that it is mainly because of the anxiety some Malaysians feel about refugee communities, stemming from their unseen and unfortunate past.