According to UNHCR, there are 15.5 million refugees throughout the world in need of protection and assistance.
CWS works to assist refugees and internally displaced persons through a broad range of programs – from conducting interviews with refugee candidates for U.S. resettlement throughout sub-Saharan Africa, to providing resettlement and integration services through a network of offices in the United States.
More than 15.5 million people around the world are refugees – uprooted from their countries by persecution and armed conflict. Who are refugees? How is CWS helping them? >>
In the U.S., CWS extends practical help to tens of thousands of refugees, entrants and other immigrants every year, including resettlement services, legal counsel and spiritual care. >>
Through its global programs, CWS assists refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to access essential services, protection and durable solutions. >>
Faith motivated U.S. groups to found CWS in 1946 in response to hunger and displacement following World War II. It continues to provide an ethic for our service today. >>
Join CWS in ensuring that refugees who resettle to the United States are received with dignity and adequate support – and that refugees worldwide are protected and assisted. >>
CWS is an equal opportunity employer / program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.