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UNHCR’s leading public health expert says COVID-19 prevention and inclusion must be at the heart of the response for displaced people.
After fleeing latest fighting in the north, people in Yemen describe their route to safety and dire conditions on arrival as humanitarian aid struggles.
As the elderly and unwell self-isolate, a network of Syrian refugeess provides a vital bridge to the outside world for Swiss in greatest need.
Followed by the renewed fighting in 2015, Yemen has spiralled into what the UN has called “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.”
Coming back to Mosul after two long years, Saad found help to repair his house. Now he is putting his skills to work so others can return home.
Canadian Staffer, Matthew Brooks, describes the challenges during his time in Libya, and how the contributions of fellow Canadians are making an impact.
In the face of ongoing and intensifying conflict in Libya, UNHCR continues to work with its partners on organizing humanitarian evacuations out of the country.
Behind the numbers are the stories of Syrians whose lives have been affected. Here is a glimpse of the faces behind the numbers and their stories.
As the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates, claiming thousands of lives each day, those at greatest risk include some 70 million uprooted by war and persecution.
UNHCR airlifted some 4.4 tonnes of much-needed medical aid items, including supplies to support the COVID-19 response in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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