South Sudanese surgeon wins 2018 Nansen Refugee Award

South Sudanese surgeon wins 2018 Nansen Refugee Award

South Sudanese surgeon Evan Atar Adaha is the 2018 winner of the Nansen Refugee Award. The award is in recognition of Dr. Atar’s outstanding commitment and self-sacrifice in providing medical services to more than 200,000 people, including approximately 144,000 refugees from Sudan’s Blue Nile.

Mothers of Congo’s lost children break silence

Mothers of Congo’s lost children break silence

Displaced by fighting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Tanganyika province, Augustine is now living at a site for internally displaced people in the provincial capital, Kalemie. She’s one of many anxious and grieving parents here.

Gay Refugee from Central America Finds Safety in Canada

Gay Refugee from Central America Finds Safety in Canada

In Honduras, Marco was never open about his sexual orientation. While he was not ashamed of being gay and believes that most people around him knew, he always lived with the fear of being shunned or physically attacked if he were to open up about who he was. Now in Canada, he is happy to be living fully and in safety.

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