October 17, 2018
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has connected a new extension to the solar plant at Jordan’s Azraq refugee camp, with funding from the IKEA Foundation. The project has been funded by IKEA’s Brighter Lives for Refugees campaign, which raised €30.8 million for UNHCR to provide light and renewable energy for refugee families living in camps... Read more
October 3, 2018
Dr Evan Atar Adaha, an inspirational doctor from South Sudan, has won the 2018 Nansen Refugee Award. IKEA Foundation and IKEA co-workers were among the special guests at the award ceremony on 1 October and... Read more
September 27, 2018
Today, we are proud to announce our support for a new global partnership at the One Planet Summit in New York to help countries in South East Asia speed up their transition to renewable energy.... Read more
September 24, 2018
The IKEA Foundation has announced plans to spend another €300 million on climate-related programmes between 2020 and 2023 and calls on others to follow our lead. This funding is on top of the €400 million... Read more
April 24, 2017
Recently IKEA Hong Kong and IKEA Japan visited programmes in Thailand, with two of our partners Special Olympics and Humanity and Inclusion. They got the unique opportunity to see how these partners use inclusive play to help children develop and grow new skills and abilities. Go to blog

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In May 2017, together with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, we opened the first-ever solar farm in a refugee camp. The two megawatt solar farm in Azraq, Jordan, brings clean energy to Syrian refugees and their host communities.

Today we celebrate the extension of the solar farm, adding another 1.5 megawatt in capacity. This will provide affordable and sustainable electricity to at least 40,900 Syrian refugees living in up to 10,470 shelters.
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In May 2017, together with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, we opened the first-ever solar farm in a refugee camp. The two megawatt solar farm in Azraq, Jordan, brings clean energy to Syrian refugees and their host communities.  Today we celebrate the extension of the solar farm, adding another 1.5 megawatt in capacity. This will provide affordable and sustainable electricity to at least 40,900 Syrian refugees living in up to 10,470 shelters.

 

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