Earthquake survivors in Türkiye count the devastating toll
Ahmet Erkan and his family escaped last month's disaster with their lives, but like many they lost loved ones and their home and now face a long and uncertain road to recovery.
Twelve years on, Syrian refugees face deepening debt and hunger
As their displacement drags on and host countries struggle with multiple crises, Syrian refugees around the region are slipping further into poverty.
UNHCR launches new appeal for Afghan refugees and hosts, urging partners to stay the course
Visiting earthquake-ravaged areas of Türkiye and Syria, UNHCR's Grandi urges more support for survivors trying to rebuild
Six faces of the forcibly displaced in Ukraine
No one has been left unscathed by the war in Dnipro. From the injured, traumatized and displaced, to those doing their best to help them, six people share their stories.
I had to flee for my education, but refused to leave other Afghan girls to their fate
With women and girls in my homeland denied their right to study, I used technology to deliver education across borders. On International Women's Day, I call on global actors to take a stand for Afghan girls' right to education.
Former refugee, now volunteer teacher, helps other Afghan girls get an education
After spending her early years in Pakistan, Sahar graduated in Afghanistan and now devotes her time to ensuring girls can get an education despite growing restrictions.
UNHCR, IOM welcome Spain's expedited resettlement of Syrian refugees from Türkiye in earthquake aftermath
Kenya's Dadaab camp swells with Somalis fleeing drought, conflict
Failed rains and lingering conflict have driven over 110,000 Somalis across the border in the last two years into Kenyan camps already struggling to cope with drought.