Luriana, a victim of war and violence, sought support from Migrant Help when she was eight months pregnant. Now reunited with her partner and a mother to a happy and healthy baby, Luriana wrote this letter to thank the staff who supported her. Read more
In our work, we meet many incredible individuals. People who have endured war, violence, abuse and poverty. They are determined to build better lives for themselves and their families and we are proud to be supporting them on their journey. Here you can read some of their stories.
Luriana, a victim of war and violence, sought support from Migrant Help when she was eight months pregnant. Now reunited with her partner and a mother to a happy and healthy baby, Luriana wrote this letter to thank the staff who supported her.Read more
John fled Uganda after facing persecution for his sexuality. He lost his home and his family, but his heartbreak doesn't end there. John was vulnerable and the people he trusted to help enslaved and sold him.Read more
Mahmoud and his family write about their experience of being resettled in the UK with the support of Migrant Help.Read more
Adam and Darius were ‘recruited’ in their home country of Romania by a local man promising work in Northern Ireland as apple pickers. A nice place to stay and well-paid jobs, they were told. But nothing was as promised.Read more
Jane was only 13 years old when she was taken away from her family. She was trafficked through Northern African to London, to become a domestic slave. Read her story in her own words.Read more
Refugee parents have been successfully reunited with their baby daughter following an operation involving Migrant Help, the Home Office, Border Force, the Croydon and French Children’s Services, and the French Family Court.Read more