Help them remain dignified
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In the world today, more than 65 million people have fled their homes. Sent out on exile by wars and natural disasters, these men, women and children, entire families have lost everything, and sometimes even hope.
In Syria, Lebanon, South Sudan, Afghanistan, Central Africa, Myanmar and DR Congo…

Solidarités International has been mobilised for each one of 35 years to help more than 5 million people whose lives have been radically changed, by granting them vital access to water, hygiene and sanitation.
Because dignity is the only thing left when all else is lost, Solidarités International is distributing hygiene kits including soap, shampoo, female sanitary pads, toothpaste, etc.

Wherever they are, wherever they go, let us help these families remain dignified. Let us give them hygiene kits.

The dignity kit

BUY ONE OF THE ITEMS BELOW AND SHARE THE KIT ON YOUR SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR YOUR FRIENDS TO COMPLETE AS MANY KITS AS POSSIBLE.
IT’S SIMPLE AND CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE FOR THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE.

12 980 complete
dignity kits

soap

1

donate

tissue

1

donate

comb

1

donate

razor

1

donate

Tooth brush &
paste

1

donate

Shampoo

1

donate

Sanitary pad

1

donate

soap : 1

tissue : 1

comb : 1

razor : 1

Tooth brush &
paste : 1

Shampoo : 1

Sanitary pad : 1

Phyo,
internally displaced in Myanmar

"We had to drop everything and leave our village. We have been rounded up here for the last three years, one month and ten days. But the situation isn’t changing. Solidarités International gave us kits with soap, washing powder… We can at least drink, cook, wash and have clean clothes. They provided us with access to water, toilets, showers, and they taught us how to adapt our daily lives to stay in good health. That is how we are still alive today."

Meriem,
Sudanese refugee in Yida camp, South Sudan

"My husband died when the fighting got more intense. With a few other people from my village, I got to this camp with my five children and 17 days’ walking. I carried my little one on my back all the way. We only had one little jerry-can to carry the water we could find in ponds on the way. We were in very poor health and had several diseases. But we had to keep going. If we stopped, airplanes would find us. People died during the exodus. When we got here, there was hardly anything. No toilets, a few wells. Today, we have recovered, my children are feeling better. They are safe. We don’t know how long we’re going to stay here, but we know it will be for a long time."

Sleiman,
Syrian refugee in Lebanon

"Before the war, I was a pharmacist. My shop was working very well. On week-ends, I would take my children to the beach. When the war broke out, my family and I fled to Lebanon. We couldn’t take anything with us. Now, I have no job, no home, nothing. Never could I have imagined that one day we would be living in this tent, in this field. Thankfully, we can access water and protect our little 16-month-old from diseases. Solidarités International built water access points and gave us dignity kits with the bare minimum."