In Iraqi camps, Syrians seek respite from hardship of exile
Worsening economic situation leads thousands of Syrian refugee families in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to seek refuge in oversubscribed camps.
Innovation transforms education for refugee students in Africa
Tablet computers and mobile networks are bringing the latest in online education to students in refugee camps, and it's firing up their interest in learning.
For struggling Syrians in Mauritania, Finland offers fresh hope
Hundreds of Syrian families fled the war at home for Mauritania. Now, after struggling to make ends meet, some are being resettled to Finland.
Scarred but not broken by six years of conflict in Syria
Young Wafaa embodies the best and worst of her war-torn country. Badly burned when a shell struck her home in Aleppo, she charms others with her optimism.
Dairy start-up empowers Somali women refugees
Uprooted from their homes, 20 refugee women find new independence by opening a dairy cooperative in Ethiopia.
Syrian electrician lends time and skills to benefit others
Mohamed Dhib volunteers expertise to make Kara Tepe, a refugee site on the Greek island of Lesvos, a better place for all.
Family torn apart by war in Syria find sanctuary in Greece
After losing a son and her husband, Falak fled with her two surviving sons. Now, they have finally found a space to heal in Greece.
Octogenarian couple struggle for survival on Ukraine's front line
The battered town of Shchastya has witnessed several battles since Ukrainian conflict began in 2014. Most of its young families have left.
Elderly bear brunt of hardship in front-line Ukraine village
A handful of older people who stayed behind struggle to keep warm in the harsh winter after conflict drove out younger residents.