'Everything is burnt to ashes'
Rohingya refugees who lost everything in the massive fire that tore through a camp in southern Bangladesh on Monday prepare to start over, once again.
Awards honour refugee-led response to COVID-19 pandemic
UNHCR's 2020 NGO Innovation Awards honour the role of refugee-led organizations in helping forcibly displaced and vulnerable people cope during the pandemic.
Refugees help French wine makers fill labour shortages
A leading French wine maker joins forces with an association of former rugby professionals to offer seasonal jobs and training to refugees in the wine industry.
Uprooted in their own land: the internal displacement crisis
With 45.9 million people displaced inside their own countries, a new data visualization reveals the scale of the issue, the latest trends and prospects for lasting solutions.
Better access to water improves lives for refugees and their hosts in Zimbabwe camp
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and partners have improved water supply at Tongogara camp, in a project funded by the African Development Bank.
Fear and loss stalk Mozambicans fleeing insurgent violence
Some 670,000 people forced from their homes in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province in a crisis that has failed to hold the world's attention.
Rohingya refugees and local Bangladeshis benefit from inclusive COVID-19 response
Healthcare facilities in Cox's Bazar have been treating both Rohingya refugee and Bangladeshi COVID patients. Now, a national vaccination campaign will take the same inclusive approach.
Colombian coroner gives Venezuelans dignified burials
When Venezuelan refugees and migrants cannot afford a decent burial, Sonia Bermúdez ensures they have a final resting place.
Inside Syria, millions face destitution after a decade of pain
Compounding crises increase misery for Syrian families trying to pick up the pieces after ten years of conflict, including 6.7 million people still displaced inside the country.