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Ikea gives £38 million to help Somali refugee crisis | Telegraph

The money worth €43 million (£38m) from a charitable foundation linked to the Swedish furniture chain will be used to support the world’s largest refugee complex in Dadaab, Kenya over the next three years.

Antonio Guterres, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, said that the cash gift, the biggest in the agency’s 60-year history, would help up to 120,000 people fleeing a crisis that “continues to deepen with thousands of people fleeing Somalia every week”.

Read more here: Ikea gives £38 million to help Somali refugee crisis – Telegraph.

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