How can we strengthen business exchange between refugees and host communities?
The Government of Rwanda and the UN Refugee Agency launch the issuance of national refugee identification cards in Kigali
Refugee ID cards will facilitate refugees to access public and private services, employability and to move freely in the country.
British Hollywood actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw met with refugees this week in Rwanda’s Mahama and Gihembe refugee camps, on her first trip with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
The United Nations System in Rwanda announces the signing of the second, five-year United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP II) 2018-2023
The Government of Rwanda and One UN Rwanda signed on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 the second United Nations Development Assistance Plan for Rwanda 2018-2023 (UNDAPII). The indicative budget for UNDAP II over the next five years is over US$630 Million.
A time for solidarity with refugees and their host communities.
for Legal assistance, SGBV, Child Protection, Health, WASH and Livelihoods
In a week-long trip to Africa’s Great Lakes region, Filippo Grandi calls for renewed efforts to find solutions for refugees.
The UNHCR Representation in Rwanda expresses its appreciations to the Government of Rwanda for fulfilling the wishes of the Burundian displaced persons to return in safety and dignity.
UNHCR is advocating with donors to address the gaps in humanitarian funding and urgent needs of refugees.
UNHCR estimates a total of 102,000 Burundian refugees in Rwanda at the end of 2018, while the current figure is at nearly 90,000.