South Sudanese sisters overcome heartbreak and make a new life in Ethiopia
Siblings Nyamach and Nyakoang are among more than 42,000 South Sudanese refugee children in Ethiopia who are either unaccompanied or separated from their parents or guardians.
Refugee survivors of sexual abuse find help in Rwanda
Rescued from Libyan detention centres and evacuated to Rwanda, survivors of horrific torture and rape are receiving the help they need to start to heal.
Refugee health workers lead COVID-19 battle in Bangladesh camps
Trained community health workers – all of them Rohingya refugees – refer suspected COVID-19 patients in the settlements for testing and care.
Young artists drew a world where kindness defeats COVID-19 - We animated it
UNHCR asked youth to draw in solidarity with refugees amid the pandemic. We received 2,000 drawings from 100 countries, chose seven and brought them to life.
Afghan doctor helps refugees fight COVID-19, one phone call at a time
Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in Iran, Afghan refugee Fezzeh Hosseini has been working tirelessly to help local and Afghan patients affected by the virus.
'With this law, I will finally get a sense of how it is to exist'
A new statelessness determination procedure in Ukraine gives people without identity documents the right to work, study and access health care.
UNHCR helps re-open health centre during lockdown in Libya
With new equipment and training, the facility provides free healthcare and protection services to a population of 30,000 – including Libyans, refugees and migrants.
As South Sudan turns nine, its people remain committed to peace
Despite fears of an uncertain future, citizens of the world's youngest nation cling to the hope of a peaceful South Sudan.
Refugees deliver mental health services to locked down camps in Iraq
Trained community workers – many of them refugees themselves – are providing vital mental health support during the COVID-19 outbreak in northern Iraq.