Refugees in Namibia face double threat of funding cuts and climate change
As inflation continues to push up the cost of basic necessities such as food and fuel, refugees in Namibia's remote Osire settlement are facing stark choices.
Hope and opportunity for refugee students in Botswana
As universities begin to offer scholarships, refugee students look forward to a more secure future in the country they now call home.
Last group of Angolan refugees returns home from Botswana as voluntary repatriation programme winds down
UNHCR repatriates almost 14,000 Angolans; steps up pace of return ahead of deadline
Group refugee status will formally end on June 30 for people who fled Angola during the 1965-75 war of independence and the subsequent civil war.
UNHCR increases returns for Angolan refugees ahead of end June deadline
Angolan refugees return home from Namibia ahead of June deadline
US journalism students create website to record visits to refugee camps
Journalism students from the US have been visiting UNHCR-run refugee camps in Africa and the Middle East and recording the experience on a new website.
Refugee professionals serving the community in Namibia
The Namibian government decided two years ago that it should tap the expertise of the 8,000 refugees living in Osire camp to provide basic services.
Executives visit UNHCR projects in Africa and pledge more help
Senior business leaders pledge to continue support for UNHCR after visiting refugees in Mozambique, Namibia and South Africa.