Tarifa shepherds her hungry and tired family as they arrive at a refugee camp in northern Iraq more than two weeks after fleeing their home in the Syria.
A resettled family from Syria pays it forward, supporting fellow refugees as they build a new life in the U.S.
While the horror stories of family separation have faded from the headlines, the crisis is far from over, with the suffering, confusion, and uncertainty caused by this policy continuing, unabated.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, urges the United States to prioritize family unity and the best interests of children as it implements new border management policies along the US-Mexico border.
In times of crisis, families band together. Their bonds of love give them the strength and hope they need to carry on. This is especially true for refugee families like husband and wife Ghareeb and Aysha and their three children.
Guor was forced to flee Sudan because of the devastating 1983-2005 civil war, which left hundreds of thousands of people dead.
Almost 250,000 people living in the Bekaa Valley’s unfinished buildings and informal settlements are battling the increasingly poor conditions.
Oumi is a widow, a refugee and the mother of four young children.
Plummeting temperatures have brought new danger to Syrian refugee Um Mohammed's temporary home in Lebanon.
When Batulo and Salad went to the airport in NH to fetch their 13-year old son Abdifatah, it was no ordinary airport pick-up.
UNHCR Mexico is ushering in a multi-year planning model aimed at ensuring the continuity of programs that help refugees from the moment they apply for asylum to their full integration.
39-year-old Iraqi refugee Hemen Jaff and his wife, Sharaban, are rebuilding their lives after fleeing Iraq in 2018.
When Claudia fled El Salvador to escape death threats, her son, Samuel, was forced to spend months on the run, causing him to fall behind in school.
Meet Djawahir and Tadjadine, a Darfuri refugee couple who prioritizes education for themselves and their children.
In 2012, donations from individuals around the world supported the deployment of 435 Emergency Response Team members to 39 countries.
After an arduous journey to safety, two-month-old Andrii is among the youngest of more than 2 million refugees from Ukraine, but his aunt already looks forward to the day he can return.
After nearly two years on the run from violence in the Central African Republic, Jean and his family are finally safe.
“Working with refugees helps you realize that every culture has value and every person has value. Our community needs to reach out more. That's my strong feeling.”
After watching their mother, father and youngest sister die in the DRC, the Barobi children ran for their lives. Today they're living the American dream in Ogden, Utah.
After fleeing Aleppo and leaving behind his job as a blacksmith, Omar struggles to find work. Luckily UNHCR is offering vocational training and start-up business grants.
Unlike many countries where refugees are confined to camps, Uganda permits them to live in village-like settlements, and to farm for themselves.
The Ahmads were overjoyed when they arrived safely at a refugee camp 18 miles from their home in Mosul. Now they have new hope for the future.
Aziza and her children are refugees from Syria; they are just a few of the now one million refugees registered in Lebanon alone.
After escaping life-threatening violence, refugee parents want their children to have a safe place to sleep, eat, study and play. That’s what your generosity can provide. Not just shelter — but a home, a sense of normalcy and regained dignity.
For refugees living in tents, thermal fleece blankets provide more than comfort in winter — it can be a lifesaver. With this gift of warmth, you can help a family survive the brutally cold weather.