Clashes in Cameroon's Far North displace more than 100,000 people
Deadly clashes over scarce resources in Cameroon force 30,000 to flee to Chad
Killings, kidnappings and looting force 11,500 Nigerians to flee to Niger
Bandit attacks drive Nigerian villagers to flee to Niger
Killings, kidnapping and looting have driven 11,500 Nigerians to seek safety in Niger's Tahoua region in November.
Dwindling rains in northern Cameroon spark conflict and displacement
The worst intercommunal fighting ever seen in Cameroon's Far North Region was triggered by attempts to adapt to climate change.
Poet and activist Emi Mahmoud brings voices of refugees to COP26
Poet and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Emtithal (Emi) Mahmoud had conversations with refugees in several countries before composing the poem she will perform at the UN climate change meeting in Glasgow this week.
Refugees in Cameroon help build 'Great Green Wall' to combat desertification
Refugees and host communities in northern Cameroon have planted 360,000 seedlings, transforming the environment in and around Minawao refugee camp.
Climate change fuels clashes in Cameroon that force thousands to flee
Dwindling water supplies are at the root of fighting between herders and fishermen that have driven thousands to flee both within Cameroon and into Chad.
'Good morning, Yaoundé': refugees take the mic
In Cameroon, a group of refugees trained in radio journalism is raising public awareness about forced displacement.