Since 2015, Syrian refugees have been the media focus, however, the UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) works in more than 125 countries around the world providing essential services to refugees – protecting people forced to flee their homes due to violence, conflict and persecution. In September of 2016 the KRRG welcomed a family from Pakistan to Kimberley. You can learn more about the family here.
I’m afraid Kimberley will lose jobs and resources to refugees. Why not help our own community first?
KRRG has partnered with many local groups to give back to members of the community who need our help. The KRRG provides additional support for our community.
Refugees will become productive members of the community, tax-payers and local buyers who help build the economy and the nation.
How can we be sure we’re not importing people who put our security at risk?
UNHCR’s rigorous screening: medical, security, and criminality