Coffee connects Ethiopian refugees to home
Freweyni Tadese is keeping Ethiopia's coffee traditions alive and earning a living through her coffee shop in Sudan's Tunaydbah refugee camp.
Families struggle for survival during Afghanistan's coldest winter in a decade
For families living on the brink, cash and other support from UNHCR are a lifeline this winter.
UNHCR's Grandi 'appalled' by destruction after six-day Ukraine visit
UN Refugee Agency chief warns humanitarian needs in the country remain acute and funding must be sustained and expanded.
Escalating violence leaves hundreds dead and hundreds of thousands on the move in eastern DRC
Afghan women affected by Taliban bans on work and study fear for their futures
Displaced women fear they will be unable to support their families without access to work and education.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees calls to reverse ban of women humanitarian workers in Afghanistan
Despite multiple displacements, Honduran woman emerges as a pillar of her community
Each time violence or tragedy erupted in her life, Laura* found herself forced to flee. But a women's organization has helped give her the strength to carry on and become a leader.
UN inaugurates houses in earthquake-ravaged southeast Afghanistan
Somalis flee drought and conflict to Kenya's Dadaab camps
Some 45,000 Somalis have arrived to Dadaab in 2022 and more are expected to arrive in the coming months, but resources to receive them are stretched.