UN High Commissioner for Refugees praises the Republic of Turkey for its continued commitment to provide protection to all those in need
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.
"I hope the focus on Afghanistan will continue. UNHCR is here for the long run."
UNHCR's Representative in Afghanistan, Caroline Van Buren, describes the current situation in the country and how our staff and partners are helping displaced people.
'Climate action should be a major focus of emergency preparedness'
UNHCR has more than 17,800 staff working around the world. This World Humanitarian Day, meet Ehsanul Hoque, who works with the environment unit in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Displaced Somalis and refugees struggle to recover as climate change brings new threats
Communities across Somalia are facing disaster upon disaster with little time or resources to recover in between.
Floods bring new misery for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps
Thousands of people have been made homeless by flooding after monsoon rains inundated refugee sites in southern Bangladesh.
UNHCR warns of critical protection gaps for people on the move in the Sahel and East Africa
Stand up for the Refugee Convention or millions will pay the price
To mark the 70th anniversary of the 1951 Refugee Convention, UNHCR's Grandi calls on states to renew their commitment to its life-saving principles.