The latest stories from UNHCR.
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We take special care to bring you the latest refugee news and stories of the men, women and children we help each day.
When Canadian author Robin Stevenson saw the headlines about the Syrian refugee crisis in 2015, she knew she had to help.
Violence had already uprooted thousands in Cameroon. Now a spate of deadly attacks leaves survivors fearful of tending their fields.
UNHCR is warning of a resurgence in violence and renewed tensions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Great Kasai Region.
Egyptian football star Mo Salah calls for a team effort to ensure disadvantaged children receive a life-changing education.
COVID-19 presents a dire threat to refugee education worldwide, according to a hard-hitting report issued today by UNHCR.
UNHCR Report: Coronavirus a dire threat to refugee education – half of the world’s refugee children out of school.
In the report “Coming Together for Refugee Education,” UNHCR predicts that immediate and bold action is needed.
She was 11 before she saw the inside of a classroom, so Afghan refugee Parisa was not about to stop learning even under lockdown.
When Shadi saw videos on his phone of a devastating explosion in Beirut on August 4, he felt a wave of empathy.
Sahrawi refugees in camps in Algeria lose animals to livestock epidemic, while coronavirus restrictions wipe out other means of income.
Refugee community networks are helping detect COVID-19 cases in Ecuador, as part of a Epidemiological Surveillance System developed by UNHCR.
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