Let’s Remember Refugee Girls
In countries affected by conflict, girls are nearly three times more likely to be out of school than boys. With the appropriations season in full swing, Congress must prioritize funding for education programs that reach the most vulnerable – including refugee girls.
Refugees and Forced Displacement
She’s a Mother of Six, a Refugee and on a Mission to Empower Women
How one South Sudanese woman is making a difference in Ethiopia.
Emergency Refugee & Migration Assistance
Migration & Refugee Assistance
InterAction Statement On U.S. Vote Against UN Resolution For Global Compact On Refugees
Thousands of Nigerian Refugees Flee to Chad for Safety
The U.N. refugee agency says thousands of Nigerian refugees are fleeing to Chad to escape a surge of violence in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state.
Development Continues in Former Myanmar Conflict Zones, Refugees Still Wait
In Myanmar, international development continues in former conflict areas while more than 100,000 refugees and IDPs remain without a home. Steve Sandford looks at the challenges in one community in Karen state, where Chinese companies are building a resort town.
Migrants and Refugees Do Not Bring “Exotic” Communicable Diseases to Countries
The World Health Organization has taken aim at the myth that migrants and refugees bring diseases to the countries they arrive in, with its first report on migrant and refugee health in the European region. In the report, the WHO dispels the falsehood that irregular migrants and refugees spread sickness among host communities.