The world is a dangerous place. In the past few years, conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan have forced millions of people to flee their homes.
The United Nations Refugee Agency estimates that there are currently over 30 million refugees around the world – more than at any other time since World War II. Over half of these refugees come from just five countries: Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iran and Ethiopia.
These countries host over 3 million refugees each – meaning they take on a huge responsibility for those who have been displaced by war or persecution elsewhere in the world.