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UNHCR is deeply concerned about the increasing number of refugees fleeing into Armenia in recent days.
UNHCR, WHO warn of deteriorating health conditions as 1,200 children die of suspected measles, malnutrition in Sudan
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and the World Health Organization (WHO) are again sounding the alarm on the worsening health situation caused by the Sudan crisis.
The cost of inaction in Sudan: working together in support of the humanitarian situation in Sudan and the region
The deadly conflict in Sudan, now in its sixth month, will take centre stage today at a high-level event on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.
UNHCR scales up humanitarian response in flood-ravaged eastern Libya as tens of thousands are newly displaced
UNHCR and its teams in Libya are scaling up operations to respond to the fast-growing needs of thousands of internally displaced people, refugees and others affected by the devastating floods caused by Storm Daniel.
Sony contributes $6 million to support COVID-19 recovery efforts and disease prevention in Bangladesh and the southern Africa region.
Despite efforts by host countries to regularize and integrate refugees and migrants from Venezuela, more than 4 million people still face difficulties accessing food, shelter, health care, education and formal employment in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Education on Hold: Almost half of school-aged refugee children from Ukraine missing out on formal education
As the new school year commences across Europe, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is warning that refugee children and youth from Ukraine now face their third year of disrupted education, following the full-scale invasion in February 2022.
More than half of the world’s 14.8 million school-aged refugee children are currently missing out on formal education, risking their future prosperity and the attainment of global development goals, according to a new report published by UNHCR.
Over 400,000 people, mostly women and children, have fled Sudan for Chad, nearly doubling the number of the Sudanese refugees being hosted by the country.
UNHCR launches ‘Hope Away from Home’ campaign urging global action and solidarity with people forced to flee
UNHCR launched a new global campaign entitled ‘Hope Away from Home’ calling for renewed solidarity and firm commitments from States to uphold the rights of people seeking safety from war, violence and persecution.
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