We looked inside some of the tweets by @KellyTClements and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
25 million refugees are generously hosted by countries around the world. These are countries & communities that have stepped up for those who have lost so much. #Turkey #Pakistan #Uganda are the top 3 hosts. #withrefugees More from our latest report:
Supermodel, photographer and now a Goodwill Ambassador for @Refugees - welcome to the UNHCR family Helena Christensen. https://www.unhcr.org/news/press/2019/6/5cff671a4/helena-christensen-appointed-goodwill-ambassador-unhcr-un-refugee-agency.html …
A huge welcome to the UNHCR family, Helena. Your photographs will continue to touch many lives.
Long time friend and colleague @MarkJHetfield - great to celebrate the 1980 Refugee Act with you. Thanks for your strong leadership of @HIASrefugees - one of #UNHCR ‘s strong partners, whose work I was delighted to see last week in #ecuador for #Colombian & #Venezuelan refugees. – at Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum
More humanitarian, development & economic support needed now for #Venezuela #refugees & #migrants in neighboring countries. Hosts are struggling as are organizations trying to support. Only 21% of the $738 M appeal for resources has been raised. We can all do much more for people
We were both moved by the generosity of the #Colombian people and the increasing desperation of the #Venezuelan refugees we met. @refugees Special Envoy is speaking not from a refugee camp but a center that aims to rescue, protect & allow a new start. https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.unhcr.org%2Fnews%2Flatest%2F2019%2F6%2F5cfc25de4%2Fstatement-unhcr-special-envoy-angelina-jolie-venezuelan-refugees-migrants.html&data=02%7C01%7CCLEMENTS%40unhcr.org%7C0ee27b32e18344e4dfec08d6eceff652%7Ce5c37981666441348a0c6543d2af80be%7C0%7C0%7C636956912704506796&sdata=ZcgZiCVDs2Q1QKdRknemE9l7DyhfYUmxvHYZGRTH2Zk%3D&reserved=0 …
Today I met Tamara and her 2 children in Colombia. Her son is just 7 days old. She is one of 1.3 million refugees and migrants who have fled Venezuela Contributions from 🇺🇸 @StatePRM to the Venezuela situation allow this family to get much needed safe shelter &health services.
Mirtha and her family were forced to leave Cartagena years ago after being targeted by paramilitaries. They sell water bottles and rent washing machines but still live in an informal settlement. Even as Venezuelans arrive, many like her continue to be displaced within Colombia.
Sujey came to Riohacha, Colombia 2 yrs ago from Maracaibo, Venezuela. She is one of now 4 million refugees and migrants who have left. She is entering a training program and hopes to re-establish her small business shortly thereafter. https://www.unhcr.org/news/press/2019/6/5cfa2a4a4/refugees-migrants-venezuela-top-4-million-unhcr-iom.html …
We have met courageous Venezuelans in Ecuador. Many lacking documents, without a sense of what to do next. Impressed by the response & solidarity of @CancilleriaEc and the Ecuadorian people. We stand by to support protection of those forced to flee. Tomorrow Colombia 🇨🇴
The situation in #Venezuela is worsening by the day. The majority of those fleeing the country are #refugees , require the protection of other countries, and need our urgent support. I am in Ecuador, listening to their stories and they need your help: https://donate.unhcr.org/venezuela