This Top 10 countries where refugees come from shows the graphical representation of data of origin of refugees by countries from the year 1988 to 2020. Note that it is the ranking of countries by origin of refugees(source), not hosting. From this video, we can see the top countries by refugees come from over time using the comparison bar chart race graph.
More than a third of the world’s displaced population — some 26 million people — have been forced to flee their own countries entirely, leaving familiar lands behind and becoming refugees. Refugees are defined as people forced to leave their countries because of persecution, war, or violence.
Over half of those refugees come from just five countries: Syria, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Myanmar, and Somalia. Not counting Palestinians, whose international legal status is tracked separately by the U.N.
Elsewhere around the world, people are also being displaced at staggering rates, but are categorized by a status other than “refugee” — like many of the 3.6 million Venezuelans living outside of their home country.
All refugees have suffered unimaginable loss, whether they are displaced in their own country or seeking safety overseas. Yet they are filled with potential and the strength to triumph over adversity. Their story is our story because we are all human — and together, we can build a better world.
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World Development Indicators
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Life Insurance Needs After Retirement
Many people will wonder why they still need life insurance once they retire. After all their children are grown up and on their own and many debts including the mortgage could be history. This belief is mistaken there are actually several very good reasons why a person should have a license insurance policy after retirement.Investing In Long Term Care, Part II
The article I wrote concerning Long Term Care (LTC) generated enough response to have a follow-up. I realize I need to provide two more articles to address numerous questions, the first one going over some of the points I tried to make in the first article in more detail and the final one showing some of the features and options if one considers buying a LTC policy.Provident Investment
Provident Investment is important for retirement planning not just in western countries but even more so in Asia. The level of savings in Asia is far lower than in say USA, UK, Germany or Australia. Failure by governments to establish universal coverage for workers reaching retirement will create an unsolvable welfare burden in under a decade. Now is the time when workers and employers should take advantage of the large tax incentives in countries such as Thailand to build retirement nest eggs for workers and for companies to be able to accumulate large amounts of capital untaxed in shelter funds available to them for working capital and to meet exigencies such as severance, compensation, wage cost increases or general operating expenses.Provident Investment in Thailand
Provident investment in Thailand is still in its infancy but is expected to grow to mammoth size over the current decade. As the Thailand economy continues to grow and the average wage escalates the amount of money that will flow in to Provident Funds is set to sky-rocket. An additional factor that will also fuel the massive increase in provident investment in Thailand are the very generous tax incentives provided for workers and their employers. Provident investment is by far the most attractive form of investment in Asia at the present time – and in Thailand in particular.Delaying Retirement Past 65
There are many people for whom it would make sense to delay retirement past age 65. The main reason individuals should do this is to ensure that they will have enough additional income available to support their lifestyle in retirement. Anybody who is retiring with just Social Security and a pension should seriously consider continuing to work.