'I have to live with the unpredictability - and I love it'
UNHCR has more than 11,500 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Massoumeh Farman Farmaian, who coordinates on emergency responses.
German opera company puts refugees in the spotlight
How a Syrian drama student found himself performing on stage in Verdi's 'Don Carlos'.
Syrian lifeguard helps save others in peril on the Greek coast
Obada "Ibo" Al-Nassar, saved from the sea himself two years ago, joined in the rescue operation when the Greek coastal resort of Mati was engulfed by deadly wildfires.
Centre proves a haven for special needs children uprooted by conflict
Forced to flee eastern Ukraine, one woman decided to open her own treatment centre for internally displaced special needs children.
Syrian family dodge conflict, but struggle to outrun a deadly disease
Ronia's family escaped the war in Syria, but not the chronic illness that took her husband's life. She fears one of their daughters could be next.
Imaginative use of former prison opens new doors for refugees
A pop-up hotel and restaurant run by refugees have given new life to a forbidding Amsterdam building that once housed hardened criminals.
Cameroonian refugees flee clashes and find safety in Nigeria
Violent clashes between military and armed separtists drive 26,000 Cameroonians over the border, where funding is still needed to provide assistance.
In Lebanon, Iraqi boy with autism finds escape from isolation
Samer, 10, spent most of his life cut off from the outside world, until a UNHCR-funded community centre in Lebanon gave him a chance to connect with other kids.
Campaign aims to cut rise in suicides sparked by South Sudan war
Experts believe the negative effect of South Sudan's conflict on civilians' mental health has been staggering.