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Heavy seasonal rains have caused flash floods and rivers to burst their banks, affecting thousands of people in Sudan.
A South Sudanese primary school Vice-Principal has high educational ambitions but knows the odds are stacked against his fellow citizens.
Living in Canada, Mustafa Alio hadn’t the faintest idea he was about to become a refugee. Mustafa left Syria in 2007 as a student.
More than three quarters of Nicaraguan refugees and asylum seekers in Costa Rica are going hungry, eating only once or twice a day.
By end-2019 in the Sahel, more than 3,300 schools were shut, affecting almost 650,000 children and more than 16,000 teachers.
As South Sudan keeps its borders open to refugees during the pandemic, mothers fleeing violence in the DR Congo find a safe haven.
With country reeling from Beirut explosion, COVID-19 and financial crisis, UNHCR Head calls on global community to support Lebanon.
A programme underway to relocate 1,600 unaccompanied children from the Greek Islands is already transforming lives.
For Catalina, seeking medical care in Nicaragua was too risky. In Costa Rica it was unaffordable – until she was given access to health care.
UNHCR is calling for renewed support and solutions for displaced and stateless Rohingya communities both within and outside of Myanmar today.
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