A scholarship programme administered by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is restoring hope among young people displaced by the conflict in South Sudan.
UN appeals for more funds to assist South Sudan displaced
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in South Sudan has requested additional funds to cover the new needs of people displaced as a result of the violence in the country.
45,000 people “have fled the Gambia” amid election uncertainty
At least 45,000 people have fled the Gambia amid uncertainty about who is to lead the country after former President Yahya Jammeh’s refusal to step down.
New strategy launched to respond to refugee and migrant crisis in Europe
Suicide bombing in Mali “direct attack on the peace process”
Nigeria bombing of IDP camp “catastrophic”
Courage of Haiti earthquake survivors praised by UN
The courage “determination and dedication” of those who survived the devastating earthquake which hit Haiti seven years ago, has been praised by the UN.
Concern is growing for asylum-seekers facing freezing conditions in the Balkans amid reports that they are still facing police violence and expulsion from European Union Member States.
Peacekeeping chief urges swift implementation of DRC agreement
Thousands of refugees, who are entering Uganda on a daily basis from three neighbouring countries, are not getting the support they need due to a lack of funding according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).