Refugee children hard hit by coronavirus school closures
Going to school was already a daily challenge for many displaced children around the world. Now there are fears some may not return after COVID-19 lockdowns lift.
'Can everybody see me?' - Goodwill Ambassadors hold virtual meeting for refugees
Video chat shows companies how to back UNHCR's campaign to support refugees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
'The pandemic has stressed production and transportation in unprecedented ways'
Vicente Escribano, head of UNHCR's Supply Management Service, explains the challenges of getting aid to refugees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mobile money helps displaced Congolese survive amid coronavirus threat
UNHCR is distributing money by mobile phone to 6,000 vulnerable families uprooted by conflict and already facing a deadly Ebola outbreak in DRC's North Kivu province.
Cyclist pauses round-the-world ride for refugees
After pedalling 14,500 miles to highlight refugee journeys, Theo Foster is halting his ride for now. But he vows to get back in the saddle once the threat of coronavirus passes.
Tributes flow after death of Tanzanian minister Augustine Mahiga, a former top UNHCR official
High Commissioner leads tributes to 'wonderful friend' who supported refugees in many demanding roles.
Sudan's internally displaced yearn for real peace to go home
About 1.6 million people are displaced, nearly two decades after Sudan's war in Darfur started. They long to return home and rebuild but need lasting peace.
Refugees across Arab world feel economic pain of coronavirus
As COVID-19 restrictions ravage livelihoods in the global economy, refugees and displaced people in Middle East and North Africa are among the hardest hit.
Malian refugees in Niger make face covers to prevent the coronavirus spread
In Niger, UNHCR-trained artisans and dressmakers stitch up to 40 washable and stylish mouth masks per day to protect wearers and those around them.