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Where We Work

Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Escaping persecution in Myanmar, an estimated 700,000. Rohingya people fled to Bangladesh and now live in refugee camps near Cox's Bazar.

49% of this community are under 18.

Greece

Greece

We have been sharing laughter and performances with children and families escaping war and oppression since 2016. The conditions in the camps are basic with families being housed in tents, temporary wooden structures or metal sea containers.

The camps are difficult and sometimes frightening places for children.

Hungary

Hungary

Described as "detention centers" by the UN High Commissioner, refugee children and their families live in containers in small locked compounds in Hungary's Transit Zones.

Other than UNHCR, the only other charity allowed to access this site was Clowns Without Borders.

Jordan

Jordan

The Za’atari refugee camp hosts around 80,000 Syrians who were forced to flee the war in Syria.

Children make up 50% of the camp’s inhabitants. The camp is now Jordan’s fourth biggest city.

Turkey

Turkey

Over 1.6 million children who have fled the war in Syria live as refugees across Turkey.

Nepal

Nepal

On 25th April 15 a massive 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal affecting over 850,000 people.

Mozambique

Mozambique

On 14th March 2019, Cyclone Idai made landfall near Beira city, Mozambique. It was one of the worst storms to ever hit Mozambique.

Flooding caused by the cyclone affected close to 2.2 million people.

Philippines

Philippines

On 8th November 2013, super typhoon Haiyan - believed to be the strongest storm ever recorded in history - made landfall in central Philippines, destroying 500,000 homes.