Through theRE.UNIQLOproject, we collect lightly used clothing from customers and provide them to refugees and others experiencing adversity. We collaborateclosely with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees(UNHCR)and nonprofit and nongovernment organizations around the globe to scrutinize shipments and delivery routes to ensure that people get what they need.
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 / Columbia / 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 / 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)
Clothing support by UNIQLO and GU employees
UNIQLO and GU employees visit sites to learn the needs of refugees and see how the clothes we donated were being used.
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