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The plight of the Sama Bajau9 Jan 2019
Wanita Arajani is 70 years old and without a birth certificate. Her community never saw the importance of having a birth certificate until the Zamboanga conflict broke out in 2013. Wanita herself has never seen the value of having one, until her granddaughter had to present one for school.
Voices from the Field: Ayman Gharaibeh, UNHCR Representative in Yemen27 Dec 2018
Your donations help make sure UNHCR staff members like Ayman can provide lifesaving assistance to those fleeing conflict.
Imaginative use of former prison opens new doors for refugees12 Oct 2018
A pop-up hotel and restaurant run by refugees have given new life to a forbidding Amsterdam building that once housed hardened criminals.
Here and There: From Jordan to the Philippines19 Aug 2018
On World Humanitarian Day, UNHCR High Profile Supporter Atom Araullo shares how we are bound by our shared humanity with families who fled war, conflict, and violence.
Rebuilding from ruin: The strength of Rohaima’s spirit5 Jul 2018
Amidst the difficulties of living in displacement, a grandmother from Marawi demonstrates resilience and strength
Hope in the rubble for displaced Marawi residents23 May 2018
Solaiman and Saada Alip were counting the days to their retirement when conflict in Marawi City broke out a year ago. They were trapped for 16 days as the conflict raged on before fleeing on June 8. Months later, they visit their home, only to discover much of it in ruins.
Faces of Syria26 Apr 2018
Hear the stories of Syrians who have sought refuge away from their homes.
The Woman at the Head of UNHCR’s Supply Chain25 Apr 2018
“Supply means more than just delivering blankets or tarpaulins. We are delivering protection, in many forms.”
Seven Years On: Timeline of the Syria Crisis7 Mar 2018
March 2011, Syria: Many people were hurriedly packing their bags, to escape a brutal conflict that would become the biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time.
‘Thousands’ of Rohingya waiting to sail to safety in Bangladesh2 Nov 2017
Several thousand are stranded on Myanmar’s shores in deteriorating conditions, waiting for boats to take them across the Naf River.