Despite fears of an uncertain future, citizens of the world’s youngest nation cling to the hope of a peaceful South Sudan.
Nine years since South Sudan gained independence and became the world’s youngest nation, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency is calling on the country’s leaders.
A simple yet effective hygiene initiative is helping South Sudanese refugees make their own handwashing devices to fight COVID-19 in the DRC.
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.
With more than 70.8 million people forcibly displaced by dozens of crises, it can be difficult to know about all of them. Here, we highlight refugee situations that are under-reported.
UNHCR and its partners are appealing for US$1.3 billion to address the humanitarian needs of refugees fleeing seven years of unrest and conflict in South Sudan.
UN Refugee Chief Filippo Grandi welcomes the formation of a long-awaited unity government in South Sudan, bringing political rivals together to work for lasting peace
The number of suicides and suicide attempts among South Sudanese refugees living in settlements in Uganda more than doubled in 2019
UNHCR is calling for increased support for Sudan with the launch of a new funding appeal that seeks US$477 million to help nearly one million refugees.
UNHCR calls for increased funding and global support for Sudan’s displaced, their hosts and those who want to return home