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Over half a million people have already been displaced by the violence in Afghanistan so far this year.

Some 80 per cent of nearly a quarter of a million Afghans forced to flee since the end of May are women and children.

This latest situation is only adding more suffering to an already tragic situation, in which over 5 million Afghans are displaced in the country and across borders.

UNHCR is on the ground to provide lifesaving care and protection to families in need of help.

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33 THB/Day

Could provide an emergency shelter kit to a displaced family in Afghanistan.


20 THB/Day

Could provide a kit of core relief items, including blankets and sleeping mats, sanitary kits and a kitchen set, to an Afghan refugee family.


Your donation will help support the prevention and response efforts to protect people in need.

© UNHCR/Edris Lutfi

© UNHCR/Edris Lutfi

Refugees in Thailand

Today there are some 97,000 refugees in Thailand. Most refugees (91,479 as of September 2021, under reverification) are ethnic minorities from Myanmar, mainly Karen and Karenni, who live in nine camps in four provinces along the Thai-Myanmar border. There are also approximately 5,000 refugees and asylum-seekers of some 40 nationalities who live in Bangkok and the surrounding urban areas

Numbers of refugees in Thailand:

96,479 people


Number of camps in Thailand:

9 camps


Map of Thailand and the camps

Last updated 30 September 2021

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