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300,000 people lose homes, incomes, food supplies and belongings due to catastrophic flooding in Yemen
An estimated 300,000 people in Yemen have lost their homes and personal belongings in the last three months due to floods.
Three years after she fled to Bangladesh, Rohingya refugee Nur Ayna shares her memories of Myanmar and hopes for the future.
UNHCR has more than 17,300 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Luis Jose Faife, a driver in Mozambique.
UNHCR is working to help those affected by the 4 August explosion in Beirut, including local Lebanese and refugees.
IOM, UNHCR call for urgent action after 45 die in largest recorded shipwreck off Libya coast in 2020
IOM and UNHCR are deeply saddened by the tragic death of at least 45 migrants and refugees on 17 August, in a shipwreck near Libya.
On World Humanitarian Day, UNHCR Chief Filippo Grandi honours the ‘depth of commitment’ to a role made ‘significantly harder’ by COVID-19.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees visits Lebanon, as UNHCR ramps up support to Lebanese and refugees alike
Filippo Grandi is in Beirut starting a visit to support and listen to the plight of all those affected by the devastating blast.
Escalating violence has now driven more than one million people from their homes in Burkina Faso, 453,000 since the start of the year.
Agency channels US$35 million in emergency funds to worst-affected by explosion, focusing on shelter and protection in Beirut.
Amid soaring food prices and lack of casual work due to COVID-19 restrictions, joint UNHCR and WFP food aid helps refugees in Libya.
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