Updated: How can YOU Help Syrian Refugees In Georgia?
Over the past year, many supporters have come forward to ask how they can help support new arrivals who have been affected by the Syrian Refugee Crisis. Here is an updated version of a post we originally created in the fall of 2015 to better explain how you can help where you live.
Q: How is the number of refugees coming into the United States determined?
A: The president sets an annual determination at the beginning of each fiscal year for how many ... Read more >
Volunteer of the Month: Abidine Maetalla
New American Pathways has been honored to host volunteers and interns from far and wide who support our work – but we don’t often have them crossing oceans to join us.
But Abidine Maetalla is special in many ways, not just in the distance he’s traveled to learn about our work and gain some professional experience this summer. Abidine joins us from Nouakchott, Mauritania, the capital and largest city of the Saharan country. There, he is a project coordinator and translator ... Read more >