Warming climate threatens livelihoods of Malian refugees and Mauritanians
Lake Mahmouda, a vital source of water and food for refugees and local communities in Mauritania, is under threat as an increasingly hostile climate causes it to shrink.
UNHCR warns of critical protection gaps for people on the move in the Sahel and East Africa
Record numbers forced to flee ongoing violence in Burkina Faso
Refugees and locals in Mauritania exchange strategies for adapting to climate change
Malian refugees living in Mauritania are applying and sharing techniques from back home to grow food and protect the environment.
Fresh start for Malian refugees in Burkina Faso as camp reopens
The Goudoubo camp, empty after violence forced residents out, now bustles as schools and healthcare centres rebuild and businesses reopen.
News Comment: Six refugees among 137 killed in Niger's recent attack
This news comment is attributable to Gillian Triggs, UNHCR's Assistant High Commissioner for Protection
Grim milestone as Sahel violence displaces 2 million inside their countries
New safety measures allow Malian refugees to return to camp in Burkina Faso
Child-trafficking in Mali increasing because of conflict and COVID-19
Armed groups in Mali trafficking children for labour in gold mines, using profits to enrich combatants, fuel the arms trade and finance the violence.