Already the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, aid cuts due to lack of funds and arrival of COVID-19 put millions of Yemenis at risk.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Venezuelan refugees and migrants are now faced with a myriad of challenges, including the loss of livelihoods, evictions as well as increasing stigmatization.
UNHCR is urging Governments worldwide to pay urgent attention to the plight of millions of stateless people and to follow a set of recommendations to ensure their coverage in the COVID-19 response.
UNHCR urges sustained support to protect world’s forcibly displaced from “devastating” impact of coronavirus
UNHCR is seeking US$745 million as it races to prepare for and prevent outbreaks of COVID-19 among refugees and other displaced populations around the globe.
Displaced people urgently need aid and access to social safety nets as coronavirus causes severe hardship
During coronavirus, UNHCR is alarmed at the increasingly desperate situation of displaced persons particularly in low and middle-income countries.
UNHCR warns of looming humanitarian crisis in South Sudan, amidst ongoing fighting and coronavirus threat
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is warning today of the potentially devastating impact of a COVID-19 outbreak in South Sudan.
Nearly one million vulnerable displaced Yemenis and refugees are at risk of losing their shelter, vital cash assistance for essentials like food and medicine, and much more.
UNHCR is calling for greater support for a new wave of people forced to flee for their lives as a result of renewed conflict in West Africa’s Sahel and Lake Chad region.
UNHCR is calling for greater protection for people caught up in violence resulting from an upsurge in military action against armed groups in West Africa’s Sahel and Lake Chad regions.