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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and partners have improved water supply at Tongogara camp, in a project funded by the African Development Bank.
Some 670,000 people forced from their homes in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province in a crisis that has failed to hold the world’s attention.
A message from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees: Over the past year, we’ve witnessed the deadly impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNHCR is warning about an increase in the number of attacks by an armed group on civilians in parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
#IAmAnAdvocate: Q&A with Canadian author, teacher and former refugee Hieu Pham-Fraser on her new children’s book about racism
Now a teacher and a published children’s author living in Canada, Hieu Pham-Fraser uses her voice to say #IAmAnAdvocate for refugees.
Healthcare facilities in Cox’s Bazar have been treating both Rohingya refugee and Bangladeshi COVID patients.
When Venezuelan refugees and migrants cannot afford a decent burial, Sonia Bermúdez ensures they have a final resting place.
UNHCR and partners are appealing for US$1.2 billion to provide vital humanitarian assistance for more than 2.2 million South Sudanese refugees living in five neighbouring countries in 2021.
Compounding crises increase misery for Syrian families trying to pick up the pieces after ten years of conflict, including 6.7 million people still displaced inside the country.
Over 400 health service workers and residents of Gashora transit centre get their first jabs, as part of national vaccine plan that covers all refugees and asylum-seekers.
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