FEBC supports refugees in crisis through relief and radio

Did you know? FEBC Radio's refugee services give hope and comfort to listeners. Listeners are usually from Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan; people who have fled their countries due to war, change of religion, or problems with governments.

We fund the radio program as well as provide relief, impacting communities in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.
Most refugees have no rights to education or health and may not allowed to legally work. One of the beneficiaries testifies saying:

‘The FEBC team visited me and my wife. They gave me five kg of rice, frying oil, and instant noodles. Their visit has strengthened me. I am grateful for their programs every night until morning. Thank you!’
Listener follow-up happens via face-to-face, social media, and apps. The audience consists of listeners of all ages and all nationalities. Most are from Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan. They are people who have fled their countries due to war, change of religion, or repressive regimes. Our producers are refugees themselves and ‘The Voice of the Refugee’ is produced by refugees for refugees.
Their talks are very easy to understand and a fun way for a refugee to spend his/her time on podcasts despite their situation.
The impact of this program can be seen in Malaysia, India, and other South Asian and Southeast Asian countries. The ripple effect can be felt even in Europe, particularly Turkey. FEBC provides much-needed relief and practical support such as food, clothing, and counselling in countries where we operate.
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