We donate clothing collected from customers through recycling activities to refugee camps, etc.
To be of use, it is very important to ensure the donations meet local needs. Working with UNHCR, NPO and NGOs worldwide, we confirm necessary volumes, clothing types, and delivery routes, and ensure the right people are in the right place to conduct effective needs-appropriate clothing support initiatives.
Total Clothing Support
46.19 million items to 79 countries and regions
(August 31, 2021)
Afghanistan / Algeria / Angola / Australia / Bangladesh / Belarus / Belgium / Botswana / Brazil / Burkina Faso / Burundi / Cambodia / Cameroon / Canada / Central African Republic / Chad / China / Colombia / Cota d’Ivoire / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Denmark / Ethiopia / France / Georgia / Germany / Greece / Haiti / Hong Kong / India / Indonesia / Iraq / Italy / Japan / Jordan / Kazakhstan / Kenya / Kyrgyzstan / Laos / Lebanon / Liberia / Malawi / Malaysia / Mauritania / Mozambique / Myanmar / Namibia / Nepal / Netherlands / Niger / Pakistan / Philippines / Russia / Rwanda / Saudi Arabia / Serbia / Sierra Leone / Singapore / Solomon Islands / South Africa / South Korea / Spain / Sri Lanka / Sudan / Swaziland / Syria / Taiwan / Tajikistan / Tanzania / Thailand / Togo / Tunisia / Uganda / United Kingdom / United States / Vietnam / Yemen / Zambia / Zimbabwe (Alphabetical Order)
UNIQLO (First Retailing Group) began collaborating with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 2006 and formed a partnership in 2011. With the support of UNHCR, we found ways to direct our resources to programs that support refugees, such as donating clothes to refugee camps and empowering refugees through vocational training.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is an agency
established in 1950 to resolve the refugee crisis by supporting displaced people.
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