Twelve years on, Syrian refugees face deepening debt and hunger
As their displacement drags on and host countries struggle with multiple crises, Syrian refugees around the region are slipping further into poverty.
Kenya's Dadaab camp swells with Somalis fleeing drought, conflict
Failed rains and lingering conflict have driven over 110,000 Somalis across the border in the last two years into Kenyan camps already struggling to cope with drought.
Somalis flee drought and conflict to Kenya's Dadaab camps
Some 45,000 Somalis have arrived to Dadaab in 2022 and more are expected to arrive in the coming months, but resources to receive them are stretched.
Lighting up the lives of forcibly displaced people in Mozambique
UNHCR is working with development partners and the Government of Mozambique to provide electricity to displaced people living in settlements.
Food shortages and aid cuts put more displaced women at risk of gender-based violence
Around the world, forcibly displaced women and girls are bearing the brunt of deteriorating economies, rising prices and a lack of funding for humanitarian responses.
Refugees in Namibia face double threat of funding cuts and climate change
As inflation continues to push up the cost of basic necessities such as food and fuel, refugees in Namibia's remote Osire settlement are facing stark choices.
Devastation in South Sudan following fourth year of historic floods
Back to basics cookery show helps refugees in Algeria amid food crisis
In response to ration cuts and rising prices, Sahrawi refugees are watching an unusual cookery show to help them prepare nutritious meals with only a few ingredients.