Every year, on 19 August, we commemorate the World Humanitarian Day. Today, on this very special occasion UNHCR Ukraine is proud to introduce some of its colleagues, who have served in the areas of emergency.
How UNHCR and NGO “NEEKA” is supporting refugees find jobs, and live their dreams!
A story of refugee integration through language learning.
UNHCR Ukraine invites young refugees to submit their applications to participate in DAFI scholarship program (Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative).
Hosted by UNHCR Ukraine, Clowns Without Borders brought smiles to the faces of internally displaced and refugee children of all ages.
World Refugee day is an opportunity to remember all these who have had to leave their homes, livelihoods and quite often extended family to seek protection and shelter.
Vasily Zubko hoped to the end he could stay in his beloved steppe country in eastern Ukraine, but as the conflict drew ever closer, he got on his bike and pedalled out of the war zone.
Marina has been forced to move twice as shells rained down on her village in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. Now she must make do in a ramshackle shelter, caring for four generations of her family and hoping for peace that will allow them to pursue happier and safer lives.
UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner calls for improved access to pensions for the internally displaced and other rights
Concluding a week-long visit to Ukraine, where four years of conflict have displaced an estimated 1.5 million people, UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for Operations Mr. George Okoth-Obbo has called for enhanced actions to address the plight of conflict-affected persons and to secure their rights, including access to pensions and freedom of movement.