As attacks surge in northern Mozambique, families flee multiple times
Violence by armed groups has uprooted more than 250,000 people since 2017 in Cabo Delgado, with many living in dire conditions as they seek safety.
Grandi hails Jordan's inclusion of refugees in COVID response
After first positive cases confirmed in country's Syrian refugee camps, UNHCR chief pledges help to contain virus and praises country's ongoing support for refugees.
Sudanese scholar defies all odds and secures a scholarship in Italy
An Italian higher education initiative grants refugee in Ethiopia an opportunity to pursue their dreams.
Hunger and fear stalk survivors of attack in north Cameroon
Violence had already uprooted thousands in the volatile Far North region. Now a spate of deadly attacks leaves survivors fearful of tending their fields.
Coronavirus a dire threat to refugee education
UNHCR report calls for action to support millions of young refugees living in some of the world's most vulnerable communities.
Mo Salah calls for team effort to ensure disadvantaged children receive education
UNHCR warns COVID-19 a dire threat hopes of young refugees
Afghan girl who waited years for school refuses to let her enthusiasm wane
She was 11 before she saw the inside of a classroom, so Parisa was not about to stop learning even under lockdown.
Syrian refugees help raise funds for victims of Beirut explosion
Refugee videos in support of UNHCR fundraising campaign are a gesture of solidarity
Sahrawi refugees in COVID-19 lockdown hit by livestock epidemic
Refugees from Western Sahara in camps in Algeria's Tindouf province lose animals to livestock epidemic, while coronavirus restrictions wipe out other means of income.