Seeking solutions for the most vulnerable, resettlement would offer refugees Wafika and Taha level of care not available to them in Egypt while freeing up resources for others in need.
UNHCR High Commissioner Filippo Grandi met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on 14 January during an official visit to Egypt, as well as the Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Mr Ahmed Aboul Gheit.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Mr. Filippo Grandi, began his official two-day visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt on Sunday, 13 January.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Mr Filippo Grandi, arrived to Egypt on an official two-day visit from 12 – 14 January to discuss the refugee situation in Egypt and touch on a number of regional and global issues in light of Egypt’s role as the chair of the African Union.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency has launched the winter assistance programme for 151,130 vulnerable refugees in Egypt this week, of whom at least 18 per cent are children under 18. The unconditional cash assistance of a minimum of EGP 600 per person is an additional grant disbursed to refugees assessed to […]
At first sight, 11-months-old Nour* looks like any other baby girl. Her black hair frames her round face and her curious almond-shaped eyes explore her surroundings as she nestles in her father’s arms. But unlike other newborns her age, Nour has already fought her first battle, and won.
Forced to flee his home not once, but twice has not stopped a South Sudanese refugee from pursuing higher education in Egypt.
Refugee and host community youth participate in football championship to build on shared interests and foster coexistence
Courses in the fields of culinary arts, tailoring, car and electrical maintenance were developed to help create opportunities for refugee youth to become self-sufficient and learn new skills.