UN appeals for US$951 million to support Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
Funds will meet the urgent needs of nearly 900,000 refugees and more than 330,000 vulnerable Bangladeshis in the communities hosting them.
Teacher works overtime to give Rohingya girls a chance to learn
Alinesa got a late start on her own education. Now a devoted teacher, she is intent on helping young refugees get the schooling they need.
'You are dealing with people who are not giving up, so why should you?'
UNHCR has nearly 11,000 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Ayman Gharaibeh, who leads our work in Yemen.
Congo dance project helps refugees take steps towards rebuilding lives
Congolese choreographer Fabrice Don de Dieu Bwabulamutima believes in the healing power of dance.
Shaped by Syria's war, 7-year-old finds new path in exile
Born at the outbreak of Syria's seven-year conflict, Mohammad lost his home and more to the war before a specialist school in Lebanon offered fresh hope.
Volker Türk explains thinking behind plans for global refugee compact
UNHCR protection head details how a new deal for refugees will help both refugees and host communities
Statement by Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to mark International Women's Day
Acclaimed South African actress urges the world to 'see the strength and resilience of Africa's refugees'
On Women's Day, UNHCR High Profile Supporter Nomzamo Mbatha, reflects on the admirable qualities of refugees – especially women.
The COMPASS girls give crucial direction to Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia
COMPASS – an all-girl alliance – is steering refugee girls towards fighting sexual and gender-based violence