By Patience Folley and Charlotte Berquin | 16 May 2019 For people forced to flee, providing access for formal and non-formal education is crucial. E-learning opportunities for non-traditional learners has proved to be a powerful tool for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency,...
Accra, Ghana – Living as a refugee, far away from home and torn away from the comfort of belonging because of conflict or persecution, is a challenging experience to endure and becomes difficult when you lack access to basic needs. Education is one such basic...
On International Women’s Day this year, the world is focusing on innovative ways in which we can propel gender equality and the empowerment of women.
Five former Ministers of State from Cote d’Ivoire who have been in exile in Ghana since 2011 have voluntarily returned home with the help of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Representation in Ghana and the Ghana Refugee Board
Warmth of a mother’s hug: Ghana teenagers reunited with their mother in Montenegro after five years of separation
Podgorica, Montenegro, 30 November (UNHCR) – It has been five years since Khadijah* last saw her daughters. She arrived in Podgorica two years ago, after travelling a long way from Ghana
Egyeikrom, Ampain, Krisan and Fetentaa, Ghana, 05 December (UNHCR) -Adolescence is a critical period in the development of girls.