Recurring floods in Sudan displace refugees and their host communities
An extended rainy season and flash flooding have made South Sudanese refugees' lives harder in Sudan.
Coffee connects Ethiopian refugees to home
Freweyni Tadese is keeping Ethiopia's coffee traditions alive and earning a living through her coffee shop in Sudan's Tunaydbah refugee camp.
Food shortages and aid cuts put more displaced women at risk of gender-based violence
Around the world, forcibly displaced women and girls are bearing the brunt of deteriorating economies, rising prices and a lack of funding for humanitarian responses.
Displaced people from climate frontlines raise their voices at COP27
At this year's climate summit, displaced people warned that their attempts to adapt to the changing climate are being overwhelmed by repeated extreme weather events.
Refugee engineers help to build weatherproof shelters for fellow refugees in Sudan
Medhn and Azmera are using their skills to build homes that can withstand the extreme weather in eastern Sudan.
UNHCR warns of surging needs in Sudan amid skyrocketing prices and gaps in humanitarian funding
Sudanese refugees in Chad face challenges to deliver education
Faced with an influx of refugees from Sudan to eastern Chad, UNHCR and its partners are providing vital support for the education of refugee children.
To support trafficking victims, UNHCR urges more protection services in Africa
UNHCR's Grandi urges more support as Chad confronts multiple crises
With nearly 600,000 refugees and 400,000 internally displaced people, Chad remains a major host country despite facing its own socio-economic, political and security challenges.