News Comment: UNHCR: Afghans struggle to seek safety as borders remain shut to most
Climate change is an emergency for everyone, everywhere
A devastating convergence of conflict and climate change is driving displacement and making life even more precarious for those forced to flee.
UNHCR begins airlifting aid to Kabul
UNHCR welcomes steps to ease movement at Pakistan-Afghanistan border
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Afghan teen makes her mark on Ecuadorian city that gave her refuge
Zohra was just 11 when she and her family fled to Ecuador. Now 16, she paints murals on buildings in her host city as a way of reconciling her two worlds.
UNHCR calls on states to expedite family reunification procedures for Afghan refugees
Hungry and shivering, Kabul displaced brace for bleak winter
In Kabul, nearly 50,000 Afghans displaced from other parts of the country by recent fighting are desperate to receive aid before winter sets in.
Afghan refugee doctor dares women and girls to dream
Doctor Saleema Rehman is the regional winner for Asia for UNHCR's annual Nansen Refugee Award for her dedication to promoting girls' education in her community and for her contribution to Pakistan's COVID-19 response.