Last year, the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Haitian earthquake, and political, economic, and health crises in Haiti and South America sent nationals of both countries searching for safety and stability. New York City is home to the second largest concentration of Haitians in the United States and the third largest concentration of Afghans, making it a natural destination for both populations.
Join us for a discussion of how advocacy groups and service providers are serving new arrivals, the relevant government policies and programs, and the role of philanthropy in helping those who arrive today—and improving the infrastructure for those who arrive in the future.
All interested funders in grantmaking roles. What to expect: presentation followed by roundtable discussions.
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Registration is required by February 15th.
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