Hounded by gangs, the family from Honduras was among thousands of internally displaced people on the run within this small Central American nation.
An escalating situation of chronic violence and insecurity, coupled with COVID-related restrictions, is affecting thousands of people in Central America.
For many Central Americans who find themselves targeted by brutal street gangs, fleeing is the only option, even during the coronavirus outbreak.
During his recent visit to Mexico, the CEO of Paramount Fine Foods found resilient people from the North of Central America (NCA) region.
UNHCR welcomes the commitment by Central American countries and Mexico to strengthen their efforts to address forced displacement in their region.
A rapidly increasing number of women, children and men from the North of Central America are finding in Mexico the opportunity to be safe and rebuild their life. Has Canada a role to play?
A small business owner, Jose protects his community from gang violence in El Salvador by helping others regain control in their lives.
UN Refugee Chief in Mexico hears stories of hope and despair from Central American refugees, calls for more support for refugee response
During a four-day visit to Mexico, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi visited an innovative programme to integrate refugees.
As Central Americans’ asylum claims soar 231 per cent in less than one year, Filippo Grandi visits Mexico and calls for further resources.
UNHCR’s ‘holistic’ integration project helps refugees find jobs, education, homes and help towards naturalization.