Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been remarkable progress for vaccine inclusion of millions of refugees and displaced people but logistical challenges continue to pose a challenge.
This World Water Day, we are celebrating refugee girls across the globe who work hard every day to collect water in order to keep their families healthy.
Refugees are often victims of traumatic experiences that leave lasting scars if untreated. Here are some of the mental health services available in Kutupalong refugee camp.
Angelina Jolie marked World Refugee Day with her fourth visit to the refugee camps in northern Thailand.
The passion and commitment of UNHCR staff in the field is unmatched. They are real-life heroes, saving lives and protecting rights every day.
The Special Envoy for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, Angelina Jolie, is in Burkina Faso for World Refugee Day to bring attention to the fastest growing emergency in the world today.
This World Refugee Day a spreading global violence is threatening the very foundations of our international system.
In 2012, donations from individuals around the world supported the deployment of 435 Emergency Response Team members to 39 countries.
Angelina Jolie spends World Refugee Day with Syrian refugees in Turkey and calls for more action to prevent conflict and support refugees.
Portland, Maine’s Pihcintu Chorus released their latest song, "Somewhere," on World Children's Day. Pihcintu is comprised of refugee and immigrant girls who have made Portland, Maine their new home.
On World Refugee Day, held every year on June 20th, we commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees.
This World Refugee Day the number of refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people has exceeded 50 million people for the first time since World War II.
On World Refugee Day, we commemorated the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees.
On World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, we want to highlight four refugees who have discovered livelihood opportunities and have enriched their communities through their culture and traditions.
The sharpest contrast between what home means for me and what it means for a refugee is that they long for what they left behind but are forced to focus on the future.
This World Creativity and Innovation Day, we want to share five awe-inspiring women who are using their artisanship to provide for their families, support their communities and empower each other.
See how our partners and supporters recognized the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees on World Refugee Day.
Refugees often arrive at refugee camps and reception centers malnourished and in poor health. That is where the UN Refugee Agency and its partners come in!
UNHCR pays tribute to the enormous contributions made every year by humanitarian workers, noting that their work has become increasingly dangerous.
In refugee communities, women and girls play an important role in implementing healthy practices and helping those in need. On World Health Day, check out these five ways refugee women and girls are making the world a healthier place.
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.
Take this short quiz to learn more about the water crisis and how it affects refugees.
We must ensure that refugee communities are included in prevention and protection plans. We must look beyond our country and ensure that we maintain our commitment to refugee communities around the world.
Proper handwashing is one of the most important measures to reduce and prevent the spread of COVID-19. But for millions of refugees, accessing clean water and sanitation are a daily challenge.
Once they reach safety, refugees often need immediate medical care, which these gifts provide. From vaccines to eyeglasses, your generosity can also take care of the long-term health needs of vulnerable women, men and children.