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Water flows and helps protect IDP families in Kabengi22 Mar 2017
Recurring conflict in Datu Saudi Ampatuan, Maguindanao have displaced hundreds of families over the years. UNHCR and its partners are helping displaced families in Barangay Kabengi by providing a water system in their community.
Persons of Indonesian descent families benefit from late civil registration in Glan28 Feb 2017
In the southern part of the Philippines, Persons of Indonesian Descent are being assisted by UNHCR and government partners in finding solutions for their legal identity needs.
Sewing Peace: Women in Lanao del Norte help build community resilience2 Feb 2017
In the town of Baloi in Lanao del Norte province, Muslims and Christians have peacefully coexisted within the same villages, maintaining a strong tradition of respect for each other’s religious and cultural identity.
A Day in the Life of Farah26 Jan 2017
When women and girls are forced to flee, they face specific risks and challenges. But they also show incredible strength and resilience. With the support of generous donors, UNHCR helps support and empower displaced women, girls and their families around the world.
Syrian refugee says more than food needed to nourish dreams19 Jan 2017
Yusra Mardini, the Syrian swimmer who inspired the world at last summer’s Rio Olympic Games, has made an impassioned appeal to global leaders in Davos.
UNHCR calls for help for refugees facing European winter freeze16 Jan 2017
Thousands of refugees and migrants are grappling with freezing conditions as severe winter weather sweeps across Europe.
Mosul residents face battle for survival3 Jan 2017
Many risk death from stray mortar rounds and stay in bullet-scarred houses.
East Aleppo residents tell of horror, cold, and hunger15 Dec 2016
The onset of winter makes it even more vital that families are kept warm and dry – a small comfort after months spent living in constant fear.
The agony of Aleppo follows Syrian refugees into exile14 Dec 2016
Despite having found safety in Lebanon, Alaa continues to be haunted by unspeakable loss and tragedy in her hometown of Aleppo.
Burning trash to keep warm in Syria town cut off by war28 Nov 2016
“I burn plastic and cardboard in order to get some warmth during the winter,” says 70-year-old Aisha, who fled her home in rural Damascus five years ago.