We take special care to bring you the personal stories of the men, women and children we help each day.
Unprecedented heavy flooding in South Sudan’s Maban County has affected nearly 200,000 people, including refugees and host population.
Farouk fled Afghanistan and endured a difficult journey overland across 10 countries. Now he is reunited with his siblings in London.
Uprooted by persecution, dozens of journalists, teachers, labourers and accountants from Nicaragua now rent a former San José tin factory as a shelter.
Climate change and natural disasters can add to and worsen the threats that force people to flee across international borders.
Since the escalation of violence in north-east Syria last week, teams from UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, have assisted some 31,800 people.
New measure grants citizenship to the children born to parents from Venezuela on Colombia soil, helping thousands at risk of statelessness.
Children seeking asylum who have been separated from their parents say they face poor conditions at a reception centre on the Greek island of Lesvos.
UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Yusra Mardini, a Syrian refugee and Olympian, has written the foreword to UNHCR’s Desperate Journeys Report.
Yemen remains the world’s worst humanitarian disaster with more than 24 million people who require humanitarian or protection assistance.
Seven decades later, like threads woven through the fabric of history, The Tailor Project’s legacy lives on in a brighter future for refugees