UNHCR is concerned at reports of mounting civilian casualties and growing displacement triggered by the latest escalation of clashes in western Myanmar.
In Yemen, protracted conflict has displaced thousands from their homes in recent weeks and prolonged displacement is exacerbating the hardship and risks faced by Yemeni families
UNHCR and partners are facing severe challenges in accessing and responding to the needs of the IDPs and refugees scattered throughout the Sahel region
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is concerned by the worsening situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) eastern Beni Territory
UNHCR is boosting its response in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province where recent escalation of violence forced thousands to flee for their lives.
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, expressed his alarm about the rapidly deteriorating situation across the Sahel region
UNHCR announced today, Thursday, 30 January, that it is suspending its operational work at the Gathering and Departure Facility, fearing for the safety and protection of people at the facility, its staff and partners amid worsening conflict in Tripoli, Libya.
Clashes in El Geneina, in Sudan’s West Darfur State, have forced more than 11,000 people to flee as refugees into neighbouring Chad since last month.
UNHCR and its humanitarian partners remain extremely concerned for the safety and security of hundreds of thousands of civilians in the DRC.
As number refugees crossing into Kurdistan Region of Iraq from Syria reaches some 10,000, one new arrival tells of crowded route to border and her fears of coming winter.