Millions of refugees have fled violence and persecution in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries seeking safety in Europe.
After a decade of conflict, Syria remains the world’s largest refugee crisis. More than 6.6 million Syrians have been forced to flee their country since 2011 and another 6 million people have been internally displaced inside the country.
With this online event, we invite supporters and donors to meet the photographers behind the lens and hear their perspective on the power of photography in telling the refugee story.
Thank you for taking a moment to engage with refugee students. Let’s fill their virtual backpack with helpful learning tools to help them succeed!
Approximately 720,000 Rohingya children, women and men have fled to Bangladesh escaping violence in Myanmar since August 25, 2017.
Spiraling violence, conflict and a severe food shortage have endangered millions of lives.
Ongoing violence between armed groups has forced hundreds of thousands of families to flee the Central African Republic (CAR) since 2013.
Families and unaccompanied children are fleeing horrific gang violence.
Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. More than 4 million people have been uprooted from their homes and 20 million are in dire need of humanitarian assistance.
Years of conflict has forced more than two million Ukrainians to flee their homes. Towns and villages are destroyed – many live with shelling and bullets every day.
The situation in Iraq is desperate. The needs are real. Millions of Iraqis have been forced to abandon their homes after decades of conflict and violence.
People in Syria are too often forgotten. How much do you know about one of the worst refugee crises in the world? Put your knowledge to the test.
Empowering Refugees with Hope and Opportunity
For vulnerable refugee families living outside of camps, cash assistance meets their needs in an effective, sustainable and dignified way.
During refugee crises, UNHCR rushes in humanitarian aid and its expert staff, leading efforts to save lives and relieve suffering.
Planting and harvesting food not only allows refugees to feed and care for their families, it provides them with an opportunity to earn a living and reclaim their independence.
Register to vote, look up your elected officials at the federal, state and local levels and check out the questions to learn where they stand on issues related to refugees.
USA for UNHCR is leading a movement to build awareness by supporting resettled refugees in the U.S. and promoting acceptance and understanding. The U.S. has been the global leader in resettling refugees since the 1970s. Learn more about the process, which involves screening by eight federal agencies and takes years.
With more than 216 countries affected by COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic is a global challenge that affects us all - including refugees and other people displaced by conflict or persecution.
Despite challenging circumstances, refugees around the globe are finding ways to preserve their faith and celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.
With a planned gift you provide reliable support for families when they need it most and enable the UN Refugee Agency to plan for urgent and long-term situations.
The Sahel is facing one of the fastest growing displacement crises in the world. More than 2.7 million people have fled violence in the region and at least 13.4 million people are in dire need of humanitarian assistance
Learn more about the significance of giving Zakat, who is eligible to receive it and use our Zakat calculator to calculate your total Zakat.
Rohingya refugees are resilient and strong. They’ve been through so much and had to flee to survive. How much do you know about what the United Nations describes as “the most persecuted minority in the world”? Put your knowledge to the test.
Join us for an exclusive screening of Home Storytellers’ short film ‘No Single Origin.’ Centered around the creation of the 1951 Coffee Company and its mission to help resettled refugees in the Bay area, this film explores the complexity of refugee resettlement and the importance of community and human connection.