Seven-month ordeal at sea takes toll on Rohingya refugees in Indonesia
UNHCR welcomes the life-saving disembarkation of 300 Rohingya refugees in Indonesia
News Comment by UNHCR Director for Asia and the Pacific, Indrika Ratwatte
Ensuring the rights of nomadic seafarers
A UNHCR-supported documentation programme seeks to assure indigenous Sama Bajau people can access education, health care and housing in the Philippines.
Refugees get a chance to start over in style in Jakarta
An Indonesian fashion entrepreneur's project to provide training and empower refugees aims to create new opportunities.
Tents bring Indonesia quake survivors out of the rain
UNHCR delivery gives shelter to some 10,000 children, women and men who lost homes when a devastating earthquake and tsunami struck Sulawesi last month.
Airlift delivers shelter for Indonesia quake survivors
UNHCR flies tents to Balikpapan for distribution to survivors of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that left 80,000 out of their homes.
UNHCR delivers aid for Indonesia earthquake survivors
Indonesian fishermen rescue Rohingya
Local sea-faring community offer warm welcome to fleeing refugees.
A year after assault on Marawi City, residents still unable to return
Conflict drove 360,000 Filipinos from their homes last May. Months after the city was liberated, destruction and unexploded bombs prevent many from going home.