When militants attacked towns in northern Iraq, tens of thousands of people fled into the mountains, including many traumatized children.
USA for UNHCR donors ensure access to education and a future for refugee children
Gang violence in Central America is forcing thousands of families and unaccompanied children to flee for safety.
High Commissioner António Guterres calls for renewed attention to the plight of Syrian children, as detailed in "The Future of Syria: Refugee Children in Crisis."
The children are singing in one of the 1,700 learning facilities for Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh. Students receive basic education in math, Burmese, English and, of course, they sing nursery rhymes.
Every year, the Quai Branly Museum in Paris organizes a collection of toys from schoolchildren in Paris and sends them to refugee children.
Meet four children in Yemen who have faced devastating circumstances but are now safe and hopeful thanks to the support of our donors.
Meet six children whose dreams for the future outshine the difficulty they continue to face in Iraq.
The demand for education among the children, whose families have fled fighting in Sudan, is so great that new classrooms must be built.
Syrian refugee children learn to capture their observations in a few lines of poignant prose or a single striking photograph.
These five stories of Syrian refugee children remind us that no matter the difficulties we face, the possibilities for the future can always be bright.
One million Syrian children have now been registered as refugees, forced from their homeland by a war that is well into its third year,
Refugee children will benefit from school supplies under a global campaign launched by non-profit H&M Foundation in support of UNHCR.
According to a new report, more than 3.5 million refugee children did not have the chance to attend school in the last academic year.
The Adopt-A-Future campaign launched in 2016 and works to prevent a lost generation by giving refugee children the education they need to build a better future.
Thousands of Nigerians have fled to Chad, including children separated from their families. They are often traumatized and need special care and time to recover.
Ayesha, Amina and Rashed lost both parents in Myanmar, and were forced to flee in 2017. They are one of many child-headed households in the Rohingya settlements of southeast Bangladesh.
Despite grave threats to their safety, refugee mothers like Aisha are strong, resilient and determined to secure their children’s futures.
UNHCR is working on a joint task force in South Sudan to help rescue and rehabilitate children who have been abducted by the LRA in Central Africa.
Dedicated teachers ensure that Venezuelan refugee children stay in school.
At just 24 years old, Somali refugee Habso Mohamud is already an accomplished children’s book author, inspiring children to say yes to their dreams.
LadyAID™ was created to bring awareness to and generate support for children in need locally, nationally and globally.
Five children, living in Yemen, are starting to see a brighter future thanks to support on the ground.
These Syrian children will endure winter in makeshift tents, living in an informal refugee settlement in Lebanon.
Running out of options, Manal made a decision that no mother should have to make: she fled for her life, leaving her three children behind.