Refugee health workers lead COVID-19 battle in Bangladesh camps
Trained community health workers – all of them Rohingya refugees – refer suspected COVID-19 patients in the settlements for testing and care.
Refugees and their host communities in India hard hit by coronavirus lockdown
Life was already a struggle for many of the 40,276 refugees registered with UNHCR in India, but the coronavirus pandemic has made their survival even more precarious.
Public health response in Rohingya refugee settlements on alert as first coronavirus case confirmed
Refugee children hard hit by coronavirus school closures
Going to school was already a daily challenge for many displaced children around the world. Now there are fears some may not return after COVID-19 lockdowns lift.
Joint statement by UNHCR, IOM and UNODC on protection at sea in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea
Refugee tailors switch to making face masks and protective gear
Around the world, displaced artisans are stepping up a gear to supply face masks and protective equipment in desperately short supply.
Rohingya refugees: Preparing for coronavirus at world's largest refugee site
COVID-19: UNHCR warns of severe implications for annual monsoon response in Bangladesh
'If COVID-19 arrives in the camp, it will be devastating'
Rohingya refugee Saidul Hoque describes how life in the refugee settlements in Cox's Bazar has changed since a lockdown started to halt the spread of the coronavirus.