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Filippo Grandi tells conference that COVID-19 adds a new threat to Central Sahel, a region already grappling with record numbers forced to flee their homes.
Senegalese musician, singer and UNHCR supporter, Baaba Maal, calls for action to end world’s fastest growing displacement crisis.
Staffed by over 100 refugees, storied appliance maker Mabe turns its production to safeguarding Latin America’s first responders.
A unique, low cost, yet simple approach to growing vegetables is diversifying refugees’ diets in Tanzania’s refugee camps.
After his family fled Syria, football-mad Ghaith had to drop out of school in Lebanon to help his family earn enough to get by, before getting the chance of a new start in Spain.
Mentored by Grammy winner Ricky Kej, 24 refugee musicians in India came together to sing ‘Shine Your Light’ in four different languages.
UNHCR is supporting the refugees in Central African Republic who fled an attack in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A community of Somali refugees stand together with their South African neighbours to assist those struggling the most during the COVID-19 pandemic.
#IAmAnAdvocate: Peace Collective founder Yanal Dhailieh on refugee advocacy and supporting survivors of the Beirut explosion
As CEO of Peace Collective and the child of former refugees, Canadian entrepreneur Yanal Dhailieh knew he had to help Beirut.
With her daughter left traumatized by the explosion, Syrian mother Fahima approached UNHCR, who arranged for professional help with her mental recovery.
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