Orphaned Rohingya refugee sisters face daunting future
Their parents were likely killed in Myanmar, and now 17-year-old Mabia and her three younger sisters must start over in Bangladesh.
Shelling forces Ukrainian family to move from house to house
Mother of three Marina Baban has been bombed out twice as conflict rages in the disputed Donetsk region.
French village opens its doors and its heart to African refugees
Fifty-six women, men and children evacuated to France via Niger find a warm welcome in a tiny rural community.
'We must believe we can make a difference and we can do things better' - Andrew Harper
UNHCR has nearly 11,000 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Andrew Harper, who leads innovative programmes helping refugees across the world.
Refugees turn cooking skills into tasty success stories
Europeans' appetite for Middle Eastern food gives entrepreneurial newcomers a winning recipe.
Refugees pin hopes on new future at Swiss sewing workshop
The Zurich-based organization Social Fabric provides tailoring and dressmaking classes for refugees keen to acquire new skills.
German school helps women refugees hone tech skills
Free coding and digital courses enable newcomers to brush up computer knowledge and join growing network of women working in technology.
Rohingya widows worry about their families' futures
Lone women who head refugee families in Bangladesh struggle with concerns about food, shelter and the welfare of the next generation.
Burundian refugees in Congo forge a better future
Refugees living with disabilities have set up a workshop where they turn scrap metal into household items.