Resources Needed, Help Afghan evacuees find affordable housing in Baltimore region

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International Rescue Committee is seeking individual apartments or family homes for over 250 families currently housed in Baltimore short-stay hotels. These former translators for US military, project directors for USAID and Hopkins projects were able to evacuate from Kabul in August, were shifted to USA military bases and now have been transferred into IRC care here in our city. Homes near bus lines, employment opportunities, shopping and schools offering ESL would be preferred. If you know of potential openings in your complex or neighborhood, please email IRC housing coordinator: Ryan Coster,

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