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.
UN Refugee Agency warns of extreme hardship for forcibly displaced families this winter
Durable solutions required for Syrian refugees in Jordan as Za'atari camp turns 10
Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp: 10 facts at 10 years
Opened on 28 July 2012 and still home to 80,000 people, Za'atari refugee camp has become a symbol of the long-running Syrian refugee crisis.
Message from the United Nations humanitarian, refugee, and development chiefs on the situation in Syria and the region
Statement by the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, and the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Achim Steiner
The woman with golden hands: Syrian refugee in Jordan finds joy - and a future - in making beautiful things
Displaced Syrians face bleak Ramadan as economic pain follows COVID-19
Across much of the Middle East and North Africa, Holy Month celebrations are replaced by a struggle for survival amid economic shocks and rising food prices.
With nearly two million Syrian refugee children aged 11 or under having little or no memory of home, we asked some of them to draw what Syria means to them.
Jordan issues record number of work permits to Syrian refugees
Country is at forefront of global efforts to give both refugees and host communities access to decent work