Association for Protection of Refugee Women & Children. HAMI
انجمن حمایت از زنان و کودکان پناهنده. حامی

The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the vulnerability of refugees and migrants worldwide.

“Extreme natural events often hit the poorest and most vulnerable members of society hardest, including refugees and migrants …

The Covid-19 pandemic further exacerbates the situation of refugees and displaced persons,

In this regard HAMI tries to support and protect students and their families through some

essential Necessities.

The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening health inequities for vulnerable populations — and demonstrating that when these populations are at risk, everyone is at heightened risk.

“During any epidemic, it’s important to ensure that all communities are able to minimize risk for exposure, otherwise it’s hard to contain spread and reduce risk for the broader community.

HAMI during the COVID-19 crisis

To help low-income children, HAMI s  psychologists can encourage schools to continue to provide meals  and other services that they had received before school closures. In addition, our schools insist on  the importance of making sure students stay digitally connected with teachers and peers during the COVID-19 crisis and offer suggestions on how to ease those connections. “These relationships keep many students in school and are important contributors to students’ emotional well-being


HAMI during the COVID-19 crisis


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