'All over the province, people want to buy our rice'
A group of refugee women are growing rice on a large scale, becoming the largest rice producers in Angola's Lunda Norte province.
Pathway to jobs in education for refugee graduates under new UNHCR and Teach For All partnership
Southern hemisphere winter increases hardship for displaced Venezuelans
Refugees find safety and a new life in Mexico
Since 2016, more than 10,000 refugees have started over in Mexico as entrepreneurs, managers and factory workers through a UNHCR programme.
Solar cooperatives give refugees and locals in Ethiopia clean energy and livelihoods
Refugees and locals are coming together to provide affordable, green energy to their communities in Ethiopia's Somali region.
Apprentices become partners as Afghan refugee and Iranian team up
After vocational training with UNHCR, auto apprentice Abbas met intern Danial and the two launched their own repair shop employing refugees and locals in Iran's Shiraz.
COVID-19 worsens already difficult situation for older refugees in Latin America
A new study shows that the coronavirus pandemic has made it even harder for older refugees and other forcibly displaced people to feed themselves and keep a roof over their heads.
Pandemic-hit Rohingya refugees and local Bangladeshis get help to grow food
Local marketplaces are helping struggling Bangladeshi farmers sell their produce while rooftop gardens are allowing Rohingya refugees to grow their own food.
In Chad, Central African refugee keeps hope alive
Chad has offered sanctuary to refugees from Central African Republic, where renewed violence continues to force tens of thousands to flee.