British Columbia family takes newly resettled Congolese refugees to cut down the Christmas tree for their first holiday in Canada.
UNHCR and its humanitarian partners remain extremely concerned for the safety and security of hundreds of thousands of civilians in the DRC.
A farming initiative in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is helping South Sudanese refugees and locals alike become self-reliant.
Burundian refugees in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo receive cash to construct houses and toilets, improving access to better sanitation.
UNHCR expresses alarm over the dire living conditions of the displaced in the Congo and has stepped up its response to the growing crisis.
UNHCR is alarmed that hundreds of thousands of forcibly displaced people in the DRC who are living in dire conditions without proper assistance.
Thousands of Congolese refugees are returning from Angola to the Kasai region in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where fighting amongst armed.
An estimated 8,500 refugees have left the Lóvua settlement since 18 August with the intention of returning home to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
UNHCR is concerned about thousands who have fled brutal attacks in the Ituri province of the DRC, where humanitarian access remains extremely limited.