'They took away my biggest gift in life - my family'
As thousands flee non-state armed groups attacks in northern Mozambique, urgent resources are needed to support them and the communities hosting them.
UNHCR alarmed at brutal attacks by insurgent armed group in Mozambique
UNHCR outraged by deadly attack against displaced population in Western Niger
Uprooted in their own land: the internal displacement crisis
With 45.9 million people displaced inside their own countries, a new data visualization reveals the scale of the issue, the latest trends and prospects for lasting solutions.
Fear and loss stalk Mozambicans fleeing insurgent violence
Some 670,000 people forced from their homes in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province in a crisis that has failed to hold the world's attention.
Inside Syria, millions face destitution after a decade of pain
Compounding crises increase misery for Syrian families trying to pick up the pieces after ten years of conflict, including 6.7 million people still displaced inside the country.
Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger
Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread.
Displaced Yemenis flee clashes, face imminent risk of hunger
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.