UNHCR prepares to send aid to Cyclone Idai survivors in Zimbabwe
UNHCR is readying tents, tarpaulins, solar lanterns, cooking utensils and other aid for thousands of refugees who lost homes in Zimbabwe.
'Water was a curse then. Now, water is a blessing'
UNHCR and its partners are using solar power to help provide safe, clean water to thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
Bringing life back to a city in Mali ravaged by war
After conflict drove residents from Gao, EU funding for wells and community associations is helping them to return and start over.
Venezuelan youth build self-confidence to reach the sky in Trinidad and Tobago
A short documentary follows the life of a Venezuelan refugee family as they get back on their – sky-high – feet learning how to stilt walk.
Access to flexible funding is ever more important
To maintain an effective response to refugee situations around the world, increasing the percentage of unearmarked funds is more vital than ever before.
Donors pledge more than US$7 billion to meet needs of displaced Syrians
UN refugee chief Filippo Grandi says many Syrians have lived through experiences "almost beyond contemplation" but are determined to rebuild their lives.
Remembering our colleagues Nadia, Jessica and Jackson
Dedicated humanitarians Nadia Adam Abaker Ali, Jessica Hyba and Jackson Musoni were among 157 people who died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 302.
Eight years on, Syrian refugees weigh thorny question of return
Abdulhay, like the war in Syria, is eight years old. His family are among the millions of refugees wondering what their future holds.
Rohingya refugee women raise their voices in Bangladesh
Women refugees take up key roles as bloc leaders, teachers and even road workers in Bangladesh, where they have sought refuge.