Monicah Malith fled conflict in South Sudan as a girl and moved to Kenya, where she overcame challenges to continue her education and is now a law student the first female refugee President of the University of Nairobi Students Association.
Barke Hamisi always felt she was a Kenyan, until her first encounter with the stigma of statelessness. Nearly three decades later, she can finally say, “I belong.”
The Pemón people are the guardians of an immense nature reserve in southeastern Venezuela. But poverty is pushing many off their traditional lands.
A UNHCR-supported carpet weaving and processing centre will provide new jobs and better working conditions for former refugee and displaced Afghan women.
In celebration of World Humanitarian Day 2023, we highlight humanitarian workers like Tetiana from Ukraine making a real difference to the lives of forcibly displaced people on the ground
Over the last three years, Hikma Pharmaceuticals has been supporting refugee students through UNHCR’s DAFI Programme, a scholarship programme that offers refugees the possibility to earn an undergraduate degree in their country of asylum or home country.