In the first project of its kind, UNHCR introduces biometric self-renewal registration booths for refugees in Jordan, enabling safe and secure data ownership.
In northern Jordan, Syrian refugee Hilal relies on assistance to get his family through the harsh winter, with millions more in the region needing similar help.
UN agencies and NGOs publish US$5.5 bln plan to help refugees and host countries in 2019-2020, as number of Syrian children born as refugees reaches one million.
Steep rise in health costs for refugees in Jordan has led Syrians such as 24-year-old Walaa to skip essential check-ups, putting their lives in danger.
Teenaged asylum-seekers in Athens are hooked on classes that show them how to use technology to express their creativity.
UNHCR Jordan is pleased to announce the fellowship programme offered by Columbia Global Centres in Amman in the field of humanities.