In Peru, Venezuelan mental health professionals are reaching out to the diaspora with remote sessions to help them cope in the coronavirus pandemic.
The consequences of coronavirus are taking a huge toll on the mental health of refugees, displaced and stateless people, UNHCR is warning today.
Early in March, before the novel coronavirus was declared a pandemic, Samuel Suárez was already giving at-risk Ecuadorans in rural areas lifesaving tips to avoid infection.
After five years of conflict, aid agencies in Ukraine are striving to meet the mental health needs of those affected by years of war.
Fraught with worry over how he would be able to pay for two emergency surgeries, Ali approached UNHCR for help, and learned about the Universal Public Health Insurance, or UPHI, program.
Thousands of pregnant women who are unable to receive proper pre-natal care have left Venezuela to protect the lives of their unborn babies and their own.
UNHCR and its partners provide round-the-clock emergency health care for Rohingya refugees in south-eastern Bangladesh’s Kutupalong settlement.
According to new report some 10.5 million refugees received health care through public health programs and through UNHCR, and other partners last year.
As the temperatures plunge, the checklist of items needed to stay warm surges. Thousands are in urgent need of winter assistance.
Arkells will be rocking their hometown of Hamilton as the award-winning Canadian group headline a concert to raise funds and awareness for a cause close to their hearts: supporting refugees.