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A community outreach programme has registered 900 of the indigenous seafarers in the Philippines who were at risk of statelessness.
Four years after swathes of forest were cleared for Rohingya refugees, projects to restore the ecosystem of the camps are yielding results.
Lake Mahmouda, a vital source of water and food for refugees in Mauritania, is under threat as hostile climate causes it to shrink.
Cold weather and illness pose a threat to refugees. UNHCR provides assistance to refugees in Lebanon, Afghanistan & around the world.
50,000 burpees in 365 days: Quebec man raises money to help refugees through UNHCR in unique birthday fundraiser
Maxence is turning 50 next year and to celebrate, he has started a fundraiser for UNHCR. His goal: Raise $5,000 by doing 50,000 burpees.
Over 60,000 refugees have returned this year as tensions ease in Burundi, although more aid is urgently needed to help them start over.
After losing their incomes during COVID-19, Venezuelan refugees evicted from their homes are now at greater risk, new data shows.
UNHCR is helping displaced Mozambicans get identification documents, making it easier for them to access formal jobs and vital services.
Afghan teen, Zohra, was just 11 when she and her family fled to Ecuador. Now 16, she paints murals in her host city to reconcile her worlds.
In Kabul, nearly 50,000 Afghans displaced from other parts of the country by fighting are desperate to receive aid before winter sets in.
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