The study provides insight into how the Afghan minors perceive and understand their situation in Norway.
In Africa’s largest and most complex emergency, the South Sudan crisis, almost 90 per cent of those fleeing are women and children. Funding to UNHCR’s South Sudan operation from the Norwegian Government ensures that young South Sudanese refugee women and girls can attend and stay enrolled in school.
In Norway, a group of architects don’t take refugees’ preferences for granted – they ask.
Somali refugee Abdullahi Yusuf Jibril helps others to take the plunge.
In 2016, Norway became the largest donor to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) per capita, the seventh largest donor country to UNHCR in total and the fourth largest donor of unearmarked support.
Somali dentist, once a refugee herself, fills in the gaps for new arrivals in Norway.
The annual Norwegian contribution to UNHCR for achieving resettlement solutions will in 2016 be focused on aiding Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan.
UNHCR welcomes the Norwegian Government’s generous donation of NOK 31.5 million (USD 4 million) to UNHCR appeals and activities for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and refugees in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ukraine and Myanmar.
UNHCR thanks the Norwegian Government for their vital contribution of NOK 150 million (USD 18.3 million) to UNHCR’s Emergency and Reslience Response Operations in Syria and the region. In addition, UNHCR is grateful for the government’s pledge of NOK 40 million (USD 5.1 million) to protecting Eritrean and Syrian refugees from smuggling and trafficking across the Mediterranean.