UNHCR is offering to help move hundreds of people from Sudan to newly independent South Sudan, where they will build new lives.
The Deputy Chair of the National Pre-Transitional Committee explains its role in the Revitalized Agreement of the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan.
Famine and violence are devastating the people of South Sudan, which has become the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis and the largest in Africa.
Recent fighting near the border between Sudan and South Sudan has displaced some 35,000 people.
Nearly five years of violence have devastated the people of South Sudan. The crisis continues to be the fastest growing and largest in Africa.
Nearly 2.3 million South Sudanese have fled to neighboring countries due to violent conflict throughout the country.
The crisis in South Sudan could endanger millions of lives in the coming months if urgent action is not taken to put an end to the conflict.
Air attack that took place earlier this week, leaving at least one Sudanese boy injured and 14 other refugees missing in South Sudan.
UNHCR spokesperson Adrian Edwards' statement on the worsening refugee crisis in South Sudan
Supermodel and former refugee Alek Wek recently returned to her native South Sudan to mark the fledgling nation's first anniversary.
Trucks travel the difficult roads of South Sudan in an operation to stockpile relief supplies for 238,000 refugees.
The health situation in South Sudan's refugee camps has become a main priority as inflow increases and flooding conditions worsen.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is seeing a surge in refugee arrivals from South Sudan in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The UN Refugee Agency has raised the alarm over health conditions among refugees in two South Sudan camps.
Dr. Evan Atar Adaha is dedicated to bringing healthcare to the neediest in a tense and volatile region of South Sudan.
The refugee situation in South Sudan is now one of the most critical UNHCR faces and more funding is needed.
UNHCR is calling on donors for $99 million to help the hundreds of thousands displaced by the worsening humanitarian crises in South Sudan and the Central African Republic.
Bombed out of their villages. Attacked by planes as they flee. It’s a living hell for the displaced people of Sudan.
An army of 200 alert community health workers go house to house while a hospital dedicated to the treatment of cholera has been set up with the capacity to accommodate as many as 300 beds.
British photographer and cameraman Sebastian Rich reflects on his craft after a moving visit to the field.
Oumi is a widow, a refugee and the mother of four young children.
When 13-year-old South Sudanese refugee Yayo Tangko turned up at the Boroli refugee settlement in Uganda with her four younger siblings, she feared the worst for her missing parents.
Karim* and his four friends, all aged 13, stop along the side of the road to take inventory of their remaining supplies.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres is calling on the international community to provide "massive" humanitarian support..
When armed clashes broke out in Yida refugee settlement earlier this month, Toma Ibrahim Kuku was terrified.