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voiceofreason
08-28-2016, 01:17 PM
http://www.kpax.com/story/32805455/first-congolese-refugees-arrive-in-missoula

Posted: Aug 20, 2016 7:23 PM PST
Updated: Aug 20, 2016 7:24 PM PST
First Congolese refugees arrive in Missoula

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Molly Short Carr is the director of the Missoula IRC office. (MTN News photo)

MISSOULA -

The first family of refugees arrived in Missoula this week, marking the beginning of the re-opened International Rescue Committee office efforts to make Missoula home to over 100 refugees over the next year.

Missoula IRC office director Molly Short-Carr says the family is doing well and just beginning to figure out how to use household appliances like their stove, and which foods they can substitute to make meals they are familiar with.

The family of six is from the Congo where they fled a civil war before 2005. Since then, they lived in refugee camps in Rwanda, Tanzania or Uganda. Several children come with this group, having grown up in refugee camps. They have never been in classrooms like those in Missoula's public schools.

Short-Carr, who just moved from the African continent herself where she was working with refugees, is expecting 25 refugees, before the end of September.

The local group Soft Landing is assisting the IRC with resettlement efforts and organizers are in need of volunteers and financial help to support incoming families.

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Missoula International Rescue Committee office up and running

"Congolese tend to be families, they tend to be sizes of six people on average in the case, that means, mom and dad, or single mom single dad with children. So that is one expectation for the initial cases to arrive here, the first four or five families at least will be Congolese," said Carr.



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Molly Short Carr

Executive Director at International Rescue Committee Missoula

Buffalo/Niagara, New York Area
Civic & Social Organization
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Formation 1933
Type International NGO
Location

Chanin Building
New York City, United States

President
David Miliband
Website www.rescue.org

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David Miliband

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Born in London, Miliband is the elder son of Jewish immigrants, Belgian-born Marxist sociologist Ralph Miliband and Marion Kozak from Poland.[7][8] He was given the middle name of "Wright" after the American sociologist C. Wright Mills, a friend of his father.[9][10] He has said "I am the child of Jewish immigrants and that is a very important part of my identity."[7] Both his Polish Jewish paternal grandparents lived in the Jewish quarter of Warsaw. His paternal grandfather, Samuel, a trained leather worker, served in the Red Army in the Polish–Soviet War of 1919–1921 before moving to Belgium.[11][12] His paternal grandmother, Renia (later known as Renée), also moved to Belgium, where she first met Sam, and the couple married in 1923.[13] The German invasion of Belgium in May 1940 split the Miliband family in half: Ralph and father Samuel fled to England,[14] while Ralph's mother Renée and baby sister Nan stayed behind for the duration of the war. They were not reunited until 1950.[15] His mother, a human rights campaigner and early CND member, survived the Holocaust thanks to being protected by Catholic Poles. During his visit to Poland in June 2009, Miliband went to his family tomb in the Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw. He said of Poland, "My mother was born here, her life was saved by those who risked theirs sheltering her from Nazi oppression", and that he is "one of the million Britons who have Polish blood".[16][17]