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Meet Yohana Weldguirguis, the Canadian fundraising and advocating for the rights of those forced to flee in Tigray, Ethiopia.
In a significant step to end statelessness on its territory, Turkmenistan has granted citizenship to 2,580 people, following issuance of a Presidential Decree on the subject this month.
UNHCR and partners urgently seek US$156 million to support refugees fleeing Ethiopia’s Tigray crisis
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, together with 30 humanitarian partners, is releasing today an urgent appeal for US$156 million.
UNHCR has helped 3,000 Malian refugees move back into Burkina Faso’s Goudoubo refugee camp, nine months after insecurity forced them to abandon the site.
Nansen Award laureate Zannah Mustapha takes stock of how his life – and those of displaced children – has changed since he won the award in 2017.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, released today its supplementary appeal for 2021 Covid response seeking an additional $455 million.
UNHCR has rushed humanitarian assistance to thousands of people in Somalia’s Puntland region impacted by Cyclone Gati.
UNHCR is deeply concerned over the rising number of civilians displaced in Mozambique as attacks by non-state armed groups continue to rage.
Death threats and gang violence forcing more families to flee northern Central America – UNHCR and UNICEF survey
Death threats, gang recruitment, extortion and other forms of targeted violence are driving more families in northern Central America to flee their homes.
As World Bank-UNHCR study reveals jump in poverty among refugees and host communities during pandemic, cash programmes that offset impact must be scaled up in 2021.
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