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Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in Iran, Afghan refugee Fezzeh Hosseini has been working tirelessly to help local and Afghan patients.
A new statelessness determination procedure in Ukraine gives stateless people without identity documents the right to work, study and access health care.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, welcomes a new statelessness law in Ukraine which came into effect this week. It iwill help those who are stateless.
With new equipment and training, the facility in Libya provides free healthcare and protection services to a population of 30,000.
UNHCR, the United Nations Refugee Agency, is concerned about planned changes to the asylum system in the United States of America.
UNHCR and WFP warn refugees in Africa face hunger and malnutrition as COVID-19 worsens food shortages
UNHCR and WFP are warning that severe underfunding, conflict and disasters threaten to leave millions of refugees across Africa without food.
Despite fears of an uncertain future, citizens of the world’s youngest nation cling to the hope of a peaceful South Sudan.
UN agencies welcome latest relocations of unaccompanied children from Greece, call for further action and solidarity
IOM, UNHCR and UNICEF today welcomed the latest relocations of 49 unaccompanied asylum-seeking and migrant children from Greece to Portugal and Finland.
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.
Trained community workers – many of them refugees themselves – are providing vital mental health support during the COVID-19 outbreak in northern Iraq.