A new sense of purpose is rekindled among displaced Congolese and locals, working together to empower themselves and address gender-based violence.
The UN and its humanitarian partners launched an appeal which seeks US$4.2 billion to provide vital aid to Yemenis in desperate need this year.
UNHCR and Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) delivered aid to more than 40,000 people in the remote Rukban makeshift settlement in south-eastern Syria.
The plan will provide assistance to more than nine million people, including Syrian refugees, and up to 3.9 million vulnerable members of host communities.
Nearly 1,500 civilian casualties were reported in Yemen between August to October 2018, according to the UNHCR-led Protection Cluster in Yemen.
UNHCR has stepped up efforts to ensure that displaced people in Yemen like 61-year-old Hassan have access to cash support to meet their most urgent shelter and protection needs.
A cab driver in his native Honduras, Armando* had to cross a patchwork of street gang territories each working day, fearing for his life.
Abdul Kader and his family moved from one neighbourhood to another five times inside Homs in Syria, as brutal fighting closed in around them. Now, he is determined to rebuild his home and life.