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Voices of Yemen30 Jul 2020
Yemen hasn’t seen peace in 5 years, and over 24 million people are in need of urgent aid. Behind these statistics are people going through immense suffering. See the Yemen crisis through the eyes of three women.
Amid coronavirus, a Rohingya refugee reflects on camp life under lockdown21 Jul 2020
Amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, Ro Yassin tells UNHCR what it’s like to live in lockdown in a crowded camp.
Refugees join the fight against COVID-1923 Apr 2020
Everyone counts in the response to COVID-19. All over the world, refugee communities are showing solidarity and joining the fight against coronavirus through different initiatives.
Venezuelan doctor gives coronavirus tips to Ecuador’s most vulnerable6 Apr 2020
Early in March, before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, Samuel Suárez was already giving at-risk Ecuadorians in rural areas lifesaving tips to avoid infection.
Ensuring the rights of nomadic seafarers26 Sep 2019
A UNHCR-supported documentation programme seeks to assure indigenous Sama Bajau people can access education, health care and housing in the Philippines.
“Refugees are not always ‘victims’. They are a positive force”: Atom Araullo26 Sep 2019
UNHCR Philippines Goodwill Ambassador Atom Araullo revisits Kutupalong Camp two years after Rohingya fled Rakhine State, Myanmar and headed towards Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Mothers of Marawi: Love that withstands conflict and displacement12 May 2019
Mother’s day is just around the corner. On this day, we recall the resilient mothers of Marawi and their heartwarming stories.
Resilience amid ruins12 Apr 2019
In a bustling city working towards re-development, these Maranao people show their resilience by engaging in livelihood and looking at the future with bright eyes.
Palapa, a taste of tomorrow4 Apr 2019
For these women in Marawi, this vegetable mix is more than just a side dish. It is a symbol of their culture and a beacon of hope for brighter futures.
Marawi after the siege29 Mar 2019
Through UNHCR’s quick impact projects, hope and self-reliance are rebuilt for these displaced families in Marawi.