COVID-19 worsens already difficult situation for older refugees in Latin America
A new study shows that the coronavirus pandemic has made it even harder for older refugees and other forcibly displaced people to feed themselves and keep a roof over their heads.
Pandemic-hit Rohingya refugees and local Bangladeshis get help to grow food
Local marketplaces are helping struggling Bangladeshi farmers sell their produce while rooftop gardens are allowing Rohingya refugees to grow their own food.
Pandemic deepens hunger for displaced people the world over
With COVID-19 lockdowns depriving many of jobs and income, increasing numbers of refugees and asylum-seekers are going hungry.
Yemen's 'marginalized ones' endure hunger, displacement
Conflict and displacement have compounded centuries of discrimination against Yemen's Muhamasheen minority, denying access to jobs, documentation and humanitarian aid.
A cookbook for the holidays celebrates the flavours that make us who we are
In 'Tastes from Home: Recipes from the Refugee Community,' people from all over the world who now call Canada home share their stories and favourite recipes.
Yemenis displaced by conflict now face threats of looming famine
Innovative 'keyhole' gardens help refugees improve their nutrition
A unique yet simple approach to growing vegetables is diversifying refugees' diets in Tanzania's refugee camps.
COVID-19 driving Nicaraguan refugees to hunger and desperation
Food aid offers lifeline to refugees under curfew in Libya
Amid soaring food prices and lack of casual work due to COVID-19 restrictions, joint UNHCR and WFP food aid prevents vulnerable refugees from going hungry.