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UNHCR welcomes Canada campaign on global education for refugee and displaced children, and host communities
UNHCR welcomed today “Together for Learning” – a new three-year campaign from Global Affairs Canada that will support quality education.
Visiting Maicao, UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi urges greater support for countries hosting millions of displaced Venezuelans amid COVID-19 crisis.
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Conflict and displacement have compounded centuries of discrimination against Yemen’s Muhamasheen minority, denying access to jobs, documentation and humanitarian aid.
As increasing numbers are forced from their homes by armed groups in Niger’s volatile western border region, UNHCR mobilizes network of local protection monitors to help respond.
Poor and vulnerable communities across the world, including the forcibly displaced, struggle with the pandemic’s far-reaching consequences.
UN refugee chief urges authorities to commit firmly to security, rule of law and good governance to support gains from the peace process.
After sustaining life-changing injuries during clashes in Libya, Sudanese asylum seeker Mohamed is adapting to disability with support from UNHCR and its partner.
In Burkina Faso, the displaced struggle to find a refuge from violence and the effects of global heating.
Grim milestone reached in world’s fastest-growing displacement crisis as fighting uproots 11,400 within Burkina Faso.
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