St. Andrew's Refugee Services

In 1979, StARS began serving refugees through English language instruction and community support. Founded by St. Andrew’s United Church of Cairo, StARS was one of the first organizations in Egypt dedicated to improving the quality of life of refugees, asylum seekers, and vulnerable migrants. Today we serve more than 3,000 students and clients annually in our education, psychosocial, and legal aid programs. Our purpose is twofold: to provide high-quality services meeting unaddressed needs of refugees and asylum seekers, and to provide a safe and inclusive space for displaced people to come together as a community.

Acronym: StARS



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  • Egypt Refugee Program

    A project from 3 different sectors in Egypt by Church World Service

    Protection and Legal Assistance (including resettlement and RSD), Psychosocial Support (including individual case work, group activities, and assistance to Unaccompanied Children and Youth), and Education... Learn more

    Last updated February 8, 2017