Refugees in Cameroon help build 'Great Green Wall' to combat desertification
Refugees and host communities in northern Cameroon have planted 360,000 seedlings, transforming the environment in and around Minawao refugee camp.
UNHCR and IOM shocked and dismayed by deaths near Belarus-Poland border
Millions need urgent humanitarian assistance in eastern DR Congo
Climate change fuels clashes in Cameroon that force thousands to flee
Dwindling water supplies are at the root of fighting between herders and fishermen that have driven thousands to flee both within Cameroon and into Chad.
'All over the province, people want to buy our rice'
A group of refugee women are growing rice on a large scale, becoming the largest rice producers in Angola's Lunda Norte province.
"I hope the focus on Afghanistan will continue. UNHCR is here for the long run."
UNHCR's Representative in Afghanistan, Caroline Van Buren, describes the current situation in the country and how our staff and partners are helping displaced people.
Displaced Somalis and refugees struggle to recover as climate change brings new threats
Communities across Somalia are facing disaster upon disaster with little time or resources to recover in between.
UNHCR gravely concerned about systematic sexual violence in DR Congo's Tanganyika Province
'Good morning, Yaoundé': refugees take the mic
In Cameroon, a group of refugees trained in radio journalism is raising public awareness about forced displacement.