All 20 stores are involved in the programme, which focuses on helping all disadvantaged children, not just refugees

While most refugees fleeing conflicts entered Germany, more than 160,000 claimed asylum in Sweden in 2015. Here Save the Children coordinates efforts of major companies like IKEA, financial services group Ikano (also owned by Ikea’s founders),...

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