There is no one-size-fits-all way to help refugees - new systems, technologies and innovations can help deliver aid and opportunity to refugees.
The Hive, USA for UNHCR's innovation lab, works to design tools to connect resettled refugees with critical services to help them on their path to self-sufficiency.
USA for UNHCR’s innovation lab, The Hive, hosted a hackathon in partnership with the Parsons School of Design to highlight the challenges refugees face with respect to water accessibility.
Ensuring that children continue to learn during a pandemic has required resourcefulness and innovation. See how UNHCR has helped education continue for displaced children around the world!
On Saturday, October 26th, nearly eighty east coast architects gathered at the New Lab in Brooklyn to put their design and engineering skills to the test and #HackABetterWorld for refugees. Hosted by The Hive, USA for UNHCR’s innovation lab, the hackathon focused on designing shelter solutions for refugees that could be implemented under the constraints of a refugee camp.
Join our team and support refugees around the world. We are an equal opportunity organization that seeks talented individuals from all backgrounds to join our mission of creating a better world for refugees.
The Data Advisory Board works to advance USA for UNHCR’s data capabilities and capacity to engage new audiences and build support for refugees in the U.S.
The Hive partnered with Microsoft Philanthropies to identify and expand research opportunities where artificial intelligence (AI) could be applied in the global refugee crisis.
UNHCR welcomes a $775,000 donation from the UPS Foundation that will enhance delivery of lifesaving assistance and protection to refugees worldwide.
USA for UNHCR was honored with the 2019 ANA Genius Awards in the “Data and Analytics Growth” category.
The Data Advisory Board will work to advance USA for UNHCR’s data capabilities and capacity to engage new audiences and build support for refugees in the U.S.
For every LED light bulb purchased in IKEA stores in February and March, the IKEA Foundation will donate $1 to help UNHCR light refugee camps.
More than 50 leading U.S. corporations pledge contributions aimed at creating durable solutions in support of refugees displaced overseas and in the U.S.
USA for UNHCR today announced that it has been certified as a Great Place to Work®. Certification helps organizations quantify their culture and produce better business results.
USA for UNHCR helps and protects refugees and people displaced by violence, conflict and persecution.
On Friday, October 18th, data scientists, designers and students came together to #HackABetterWorld for refugees.
USA for UNHCR played a highly visible and transformative role during this years’ UN General Assembly week focused on the global refugee crisis.
Syrian refugee Mariela Shaker shares how through music we can communicate, advocate, inspire and express what otherwise is so difficult to understand through words.
Nearly 2.3 million South Sudanese have fled to neighboring countries due to violent conflict throughout the country.
Through the universal language of computer programing, I can collaborate with refugees to help them solve the most pressing issues in their lives.
USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, announced a campaign to improve shelter and protection for refugees living in camps around the world by harnessing the power of satellite imagery and machine learning.
In a new report, UNHCR predicts that COVID-19 will have catastrophic effects on refugee education if the international community does not take bold and immediate action.
On Human Rights Day, USA for UNHCR's Executive Director and CEO Anne Marie Gray reflects on the need to ensure that digital connectivity is treated as a human right in COVID-19 recovery efforts.