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Devastating impact of economic crisis leaves Lebanese and Syrian families struggling to stay warm and stave off hunger as cold weather grips Lebanon.
Lambda, a resident of Burkina Faso’s Tougouri region, has become a symbol of hope for hundreds of displaced Burkinabes who have found shelter in his home.
Could Espérance have imagined while she was sewing dresses from the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, that she would one day live her passion on the other side of the Atlantic?
Economic collapse and drought mean that tens of thousands of displaced Afghans who have returned home are facing severe hunger this winter.
UNHCR Mexico is ushering in a multi-year planning model aimed at ensuring the continuity of programmes that help refugees from the moment they apply for asylum to their full integration. By Sibylla Brodzinsky in Mexico Javier* no longer feels fear when he smells...
UNHCR’s advocacy efforts pay off as Angola includes refugees and asylum seekers in national COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
When an emergency is declared, UNHCR is on the ground to ensure that people forced to flee find safety and assistance.
Mohammad Asaf Shad is the president of Acquaint Financial, a firm providing financial education, counseling, and planning solutions.
Increased responsibility sharing by governments is key to maintaining momentum in finding new approaches to global displacement, UNHCR’s Grandi tells officials.
Months after fleeing to Afghanistan’s capital, aid is the only lifeline for many displaced families trying to survive a winter of soaring unemployment and food costs.
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