Brazil field hospital a life saver for indigenous stricken by COVID-19
Native people are among the hardest hit by coronavirus. A field hospital in Boa Vista is helping save their lives.
UNHCR expands support to refugees and host communities in Brazil as COVID-19 takes its toll
Indigenous refugees battle Coronavirus in Latin America
Coronavirus threatens indigenous Venezuelans seeking safety in Brazil
COVID-19 has hit the Brazilian Amazon particularly hard, exposing highly vulnerable native people from Venezuela to the potentially deadly disease.
Rohingya man's mission to reunite parents with their lost children now a new film
Documentary by award-winning director follows a refugee dedicated to bringing shattered families back together in Bangladesh.
Indigenous people from Venezuela seek safety across the border in Brazil
After violence broke out in their native Venezuela, hundreds of members of the Pemon indigenous group fled to a village across the border in Brazil.
Hunger, despair drive indigenous groups to leave Venezuela
With medicine and food scarce at home, indigenous Warao and Wayúu peoples are abandoning their lands to seek refuge in Brazil and Colombia.
Registration drive brings indigenous families out of the shadows
A joint registration campaign by Costa Rica and Panama is helping thousands of Ngäbe-Buglé at risk of statelessness to gain access to health care and education.
Driven from their lands, Colombia's Awá struggle to survive
Indigenous community uprooted by the armed conflict face a precarious future.