UNHCR Participates in Diarna Exhibition for the Second Year in a Row
A selected number of skilled refugees and asylum-seekers displayed the handicrafts that connect them with the cultures of their countries of origin at the Diarna Exhbition for the second year in a row.
UNHCR, Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Organize a Workshop on Asylum Law
Cairo, 14 March 2022 – UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, alongside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, organized a two-day joint roundtable – the third of its nature – in support of the drafting process of the Asylum Law in Egypt on 13 – 14...
The Journey of a Syrian Refugee and a Pharmacist to Be
In 2012, Maryam fled to Egypt with her mother and siblings, hoping to establish a new life where they seek safety and she can pursue her dream to become a pharmacist.
8 Refugee Books to Buy at the Cairo Book Fair 2022
In this list, we will take you on a journey, in which imagination defeats sufferings. Here are 8 books written by refugee authors and are sold at the Cairo International Book Fair 2022 from 26 January to 6 February.
Four Opportunities that Facilitate Refugees’ Access to Education
By the end of 2020, more than 30.5 million refugees and asylum seekers had been forced to flee because of war, conflict, and persecution.
International development, health and humanitarian agencies announce bold plans for Regional Health Alliance
The RHA brings together 15 agencies working on the health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to improve health throughout the Region.
UNHCR Celebrated the Graduation of 119 DAFI Scholars
The DAFI programme has supported over 18,000 young refugees to date to access accredited higher education degree programmes.
Thanks to Egypt, Thousands of Refugees are able to Access Health and Education Services
UNHCR commends the Government of Egypt for reiterating its commitment to maintain and expand services available to refugees and asylum-seekers.
Tasneem’s Journey from Repaying Egypt to Rebuilding Syria
Tasneem and her family did not imagine that they would leave their home until they were left to suffer for days without electricity and water.