Humanitarian Aid – Helping Refugees With Blockchain

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More than 6.6 million Syrians seek refuge in neighboring countries. Another 6 million more remain displaced internally. Close to 2.7 million Afghans have fled from the war-torn nation. An equal number of them were displaced inside the country. Nearly 2.3 million South Sudanese running away from the conflicts at home have escaped to Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia. An additional 1.9 million have moved to other parts of Sudan. Over a million Rohingya refugees have left Myanmar and sought asylum in Bangladesh. Many of them live in overcrowded camps and are struggling to meet their basic needs. Protracted political unrest, prolonged…...

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dramachandra I am a technology enthusiast, passionate about exploring ways of using tech for social good. I started by writing on Enterprise Blockchain and the Social Impact of Blockchain and Digital Currencies. Now, I pen articles on the blockchain, AI, and analytics solutions for various environmental issues - climate change and biodiversity loss.