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"Fecho os olhos na esperança de encontrá-lo e só vejo as dúvidas trazidas pela saudade." (Autora: Vera Waterkemper) - Laeticia Rodrigues de Souza from Hope - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

Ali is from Afghanistan. The most important thing he brought from home is this white handkerchief, given to him by his mother when he was eight years old. It has an embroidered phrase saying “I love you my child”. This was the last thing Ali got from his mother, as he was sent to Iran to escape the violence. “It is my heart. I feel I have my mother always by my side”, he says.UNHCR/Th. Tsantas Visit 1family www.unhcr.org/1family

Zhanna and her family fled Uzbekistan in 2008 as a result of large-scale flooding. The most important things they brought with them to Russia were traditional Uzbek beads and the national sports uniform from Uzbekistan, which her daughter, Mubina is wearing. UNHCR/S.Tikhomirov - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

Son mis hijos, ellos serian lo que me llevara - Gilda Rosas from Venezuela - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

I will take my Rosary because it is worn by every member of my family. It shows the special bond we share. - Oluwatosin from Nigeria - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

Ayer en la madrugada temblo en mi ciudad, únicamente pude evacuar con mi pareja, si tuviera que huir me imagino sería igual, buscando tal vez llevar conmigo algunas fotografías y mi cámara. - Alex from México - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

I miei bambini - Matilde from Italia - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

My cuddly dog toy. I've had it since I was 3. It is soft and warm and would provide comfort. Shannon from the UK - Visit 1 family - http://unhcr.org/1family/

Yo llevaría a mi familia. - Ana from Mexico - Visit 1family: http://www.unhcr.org/1family

En esta imagen aparecen parte de mi familia, entre ellas mi esposa, mis tesoros (Edward Jose y Julieth Victoria), mi suegra y quien escribe. Realmente debe ser muy difícil irse en condición de refugiado (a) a otros país y dejar a tus seres queridos en tu país de origen. Por ello; entre otras cosas en la medida de lo posible me llevaría a mis hijos y esposa, para seguir juntos con ellos; poder crecer juntos y cosechar muchos frutos!!! - Victor Hernandez from Venezuela