Five things you should know about Afghanistan
Over the past year, parts of Afghanistan have become safer, but the country is in the grip of a humanitarian crisis.
Ukrainian village torn apart by war begins long process of rebuilding
After deadly attacks left much of rural Nalyvaikivka in ruins, UNHCR is helping local families with temporary housing and construction materials as they look to rebuild.
Funding shortfall forces UNHCR to cut vital programmes in DR Congo
Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp: 10 facts at 10 years
Opened on 28 July 2012 and still home to 80,000 people, Za'atari refugee camp has become a symbol of the long-running Syrian refugee crisis.
UNHCR highlights key concerns for refugee health amid record displacement
Despite troubling rates of malnutrition, gains were noted in the inclusion of refugees in national health policies
LA Lakers' Wenyen Gabriel visits homeland of South Sudan with UNHCR, to 'speak up for refugees and displaced people everywhere'
Budding Ukrainian game designer draws inspiration in Romania
Isolated from her friends and hundreds of miles from home, Kate dreams of connection. But, with the uncertainties of the Ukraine war, her dreams have taken new form.
UNHCR gravely concerned by death toll of displaced in DR Congo's east
UNHCR's Grandi urges more support as Chad confronts multiple crises
With nearly 600,000 refugees and 400,000 internally displaced people, Chad remains a major host country despite facing its own socio-economic, political and security challenges.