Rohingya Refugee Crisis Explained
The Rohingya have been persecuted for decades. Their largest exodus began in August 2017, after armed attacks forced tens of thousands to flee their homes and seek refugee in Bangladesh.
Syria Refugee Crisis Explained
After a decade of conflict, Syria remains the world’s largest refugee crisis. More than 6.6 million Syrians have fled their country and another 6 million have been internally displaced.
Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Learn the Facts
Rohingya refugees were forced to flee their homes in the western region of Myanmar to escape horrific violence and persecution — this is one of the largest exodus of refugees witnessed in recent decades. Since the beginning of the crisis, donors have supported UNHCR and its partners’ efforts to deliver critical assistance when vulnerable families needed it the most. Here are some of the ways donors have helped.
Yemen Crisis Explained
Six years of conflict have driven more than 4 million people from their homes and more than 20 million Yemenis are in dire need of humanitarian assistance.
Venezuela Crisis Explained
More than 4 million Venezuelans have fled the country since 2014 because of political strife, human rights abuses and lack of economic opportunity.
Sahel Crisis Explained
The central Sahel is facing one of the world's fastest growing displacement crises. More than 2.7 million people have been forced to flee and at least 13.4 million need humanitarian assistance.
Rohingya Refugee Crisis Timeline
It's been two years since Rohingya Muslims were forced to flee Myanmar. In recognition of this anniversary, we’re highlighting some of the most important milestones in the Rohingya refugee journey.
Rohingya Refugee Crisis: The Facts
Rohingya refugees were forced to flee their homes in Myanmar to escape horrific violence and persecution — this is one of the largest exodus of refugees witnessed in recent decades.