Refugees deliver mental health services to locked down camps in Iraq
Trained community workers – many of them refugees themselves – are providing vital mental health support during the COVID-19 outbreak in northern Iraq.
Seven refugees making a difference during the time of COVID-19
By producing soap, treating the sick and shopping for the vulnerable, these refugees from around the world are taking action to fight the coronavirus.
Syrian refugees profoundly hit by COVID-19 economic downturn
Refugee nurse on the front line against coronavirus in Iran
After earning a nursing degree on a UNHCR scholarship, Iraqi nurse Moheyman is working tirelessly to assist Iranians and fellow refugees in current COVID-19 crisis.
Mosul metalworker helps Old City neighbours after displacement
Coming back to this historic district after two long years, Saad found help to repair his house. Now he is putting his skills to work so others can return home.
After 9 years of tragedy, resilience and solidarity, the world must not forget displaced Syrians
UNHCR statement on the situation at the Turkey-EU border
For one man, fifth exile from north-east Syria drains all hope
Mustafa and his family have fled to Iraq five times since the start of the Syria crisis, but having lost his home and business in the latest violence he fears for their future.
Returning to ruins, displaced Iraqi farmers find help to rebuild
Displaced for two years following ISIS advance in 2014, returning Iraqis in Yathrib benefit from irrigation and home rehabilitation projects to reestablish their farms.