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UNHCR tents in Chikar near Muzaffarabad, in Pakistan-administered […]
© UNHCR/M.Pearson, January 2006

Pakistan Earthquake: Braving the Winter Cold

Added: 15 Feb 2006

December 2005 – January 2006 Winter in northern Pakistan has not been as harsh as many feared, but earthquake survivors are still experiencing dangerously low temperatures, along with snow, heavy rain and landslides. To help people survive the tough conditions, UNHCR has distributed blankets, […]
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Nasrol will be among the first to receive one of hundreds of […]
© UNHCR/J.Perugia

One Year On: Rebuilding Aceh

Added: 14 Dec 2005

In the aftermath of the devastating 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, UNHCR mounted a massive relief operation for some 100,000 survivors on the severely battered west coast of Indonesia's Aceh province. After the initial three-month emergency relief phase was over, UNHCR withdrew from Aceh. However, […]
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Nine-year old Khalida with her mother and baby brother in their […]
© UNHCR/H.J.Davies, June 2005

Tsunami Aftermath in Sri Lanka

Added: 06 Dec 2005

Shortly after the tsunami hit Sri Lanka, killing over 30,000 people and displacing nearly 800,000, UNHCR was asked to take a lead role in providing transitional shelter – bridging the gap between emergency tents and the construction of permanent homes. The refugee agency is not normally involved […]
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A British Chinook helicopter takes UNHCR relief items to the […]

Pakistan Earthquake: Major push to Bring in Aid before Winter

Added: 24 Nov 2005

With the snow line dropping daily, the race to get relief supplies into remote mountain areas of Pakistani-administered Kashmir intensifies. In a major push to bring aid to the people in the Leepa Valley, heavy-lift Chinook helicopters from the British Royal Air force airlifted in 240 tonnes of UNHCR […]
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A refugee washes her clothes in a river.

Bonga Camp, Ethiopia

Added: 23 Nov 2005

Bonga camp is located in the troubled Gambella region of western Ethiopia. But it remains untouched by the ethnic conflicts that have torn nearby Gambella town and Fugnido camp in the last year. For Bonga's 17,000 Sudanese refugees, life goes on despite rumblings in the region. Refugee children continue […]
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