#RefugeeFacts: Which countries do you think host the most refugees?
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04/25/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
“They don’t look at us like refugees. They deal with us like other Greeks." 30 year old Haysam and his wife Nazli, 21, find a home away from home under UNHCR accommodation programme following 9 months of uncertainty.

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They dont look at us like refugees They deal with us like

Our home away from home in Greece

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Kate Law
Maureen Frances
Ginny Saunders
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04/24/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
#WorldMalariaDay: Malaria one of the most common diseases in refugee camps, particularly among children. Last year, thanks to you, we were able to distribute 1,176,968 mosquito nets to help those at risk of the disease.

It's time to #EndMalaria for good. unrefugees.org.au/donate
WorldMalariaDay Malaria one of the most common diseases in refugee camps particularly
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04/23/2017 at 23:55. Facebook
Over 3 million Iraqis like Fares and Janna urgently need your help
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Over 3 million Iraqis like Fares and Janna urgently need your help
Kate Law
Suzanne James
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Australia for UNHCR
04/23/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
“This is the right thing to do. You can’t stand by and do nothing.”

Jim Estill has helped to resettle 58 refugee families in his local area in Canada, but remains modest about his efforts. Read his inspirational story #WithRefugees
“This is the right thing to do You can’t stand by and do nothing”

Canadian entrepreneur invests millions in Syrian refugees

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Muffy Hand
Melissa Wegener
Mickie du Boulay
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04/22/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
9.6 million children in Yemen are currently in need of humanitarian assistance. That is 80% of all children in Yemen.
Support Yemenis children and their families today > unrefugees.org.au/yemen
96 million children in Yemen are currently in need of humanitarian assistance
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Traude Von Ko
Suzanne James
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04/21/2017 at 20:55. Facebook
Listen out for UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Khaled Hosseini on ABC Radio National’s #SaturdayExtra this morning between 7-9am. He’ll be talking about his latest mission with #UNHCR to visit some of the 800,000 South Sudanese refugees who have fled to Uganda. unrefugees.org.au/foodcrisis #FoodCrisis
Listen out for UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Khaled Hosseini on ABC Radio Nationals
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04/21/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
UNHCR is on the ground coordinating the massive emergency relief effort in Syria and surrounding regions. Over 11 million Syrians urgently need shelter, food, medicine and survival items and we need your help unrefugees.org.au/syria #Refugeefacts
UNHCR is on the ground coordinating the massive emergency relief effort in
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04/20/2017 at 06:59. Facebook
The African #FoodCrisis is fast becoming one of the largest and most urgent refugee crises in the world. UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Khaled Hosseini, travelled to meet some of the 800,000 refugees who have fled South Sudan and are seeking protection in Uganda. UNHCR are on the ground working non-stop to provide shelter, food, water and medical care, but we need your help. Support the African...
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'Neighbours to newcomers' - stories and photographs of families who have found peace and pride after resettling in Tamworth, New South Wales.

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Neighbours to newcomers stories and photographs of families who have found peace

'Neighbours to newcomers' – portraits from Tamworth

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Betty Hayes
Annaliese Johnson
Asa Fredriksson
“The sheer volume of civilians still fleeing Mosul city is staggering” says senior UN relief official.

Since the start of the conflict, ½ a million people have fled the city of Mosul in search of protection. With many more expected to be forced to flee in the coming days and weeks, the need to provide live-saving assistance is vital. Help support Iraqi families fleeing Mosul ...
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The sheer volume of civilians still fleeing Mosul city is staggering says
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Craig Cory
Last year, the Refugee Olympic Team broke barriers beyond sport. As fearless advocates for refugees worldwide, they are a daily inspiration. Stay tuned for more stories from #TeamRefugees

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Darius Von Zurich
Keren Khew
Gary Doherty
Blacktown model and former refugee Kuei Alor is the subject of photographer Kellie Leczinska’s entry into the 2017 National Photographic Portrait Prize.

‘Kuei of the Sea of Gazelles’ was selected as one of 49 finalists from nearly 3000 entries – and it’s not hard to see why.
Blacktown model and former refugee Kuei Alor is the subject of photographer

Capturing her past

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Kai Kasad
Margaret Allen
Annette Denholm
Thousands of South Sudanese are being driven out of their homeland by worsening food shortages and conflict.

Ezekiel, a father of two, fled to Sudan after gunmen stole his remaining cows. With the region teetering on the brink of famine, staying put posed too great a risk.

“I am a farmer and cow breeder. I don’t know what I am going to do for a living in Sudan,” he said. “I have to find my...
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Thousands of South Sudanese are being driven out of their homeland by

Families hit by conflict in South Sudan find safety in Sudan

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Sue Miglas
Christine McKay
Yemen is currently in the grip of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

As conditions deteriorate, UNHCR staff on the ground are working tirelessly to deliver emergency nutrition and other assistance to 19 million people.

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Yemen is currently in the grip of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis

UNHCR says death risk from starvation in Horn of Africa, Yemen, Nigeria growing, displacement already rising

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Russell Childs
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Australian street artist #FintanMagee worked with refugee youth in Jordan to create a gigantic mural on a wall in East Amman.

The mural depicts a young girl who fled Syria without her parents. Like too many others, she and her three brothers are now living as unaccompanied children.

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Watch the project come to life:
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Sandra Deague
Children and babies are the most vulnerable groups when it comes to malnutrition in refugee populations, and high-calorie therapeutic foods play a major part in putting them on the road to recovery.

What are therapeutic foods, and how do they work?
Children and babies are the most vulnerable groups when it comes to

Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods: A breakthrough in emergency nutrition

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“I had a beautiful, quiet life. My job gave me independence, and we had security and stability,” says Noor, a Syrian mother of three who now lives in Za’atri refugee camp. “After the war started I saw a lot of horrible things; rockets and bombs. We were displaced inside Damascus, and that’s when the fear and anxiety began.”

Depression is the most common clinical condition affecting refugees....
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I had a beautiful quiet life My job gave me independence and

Uprooted by war, Syrian mother gets help to beat depression

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Joan Seymour
Mariska Meldrum
Andrea Lyndon-James
Young New Zealander of the Year Rez Gardi, is the first female Kurdish lawyer in New Zealand and a former refugee. This young trailblazer is passionately committed to celebrating the unique contributions of women from diverse backgrounds in her community and in inspiring refugee youth, especially women, to access higher education.
“My message to young refugee women is to know that they have...
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Young New Zealander of the Year Rez Gardi is the first female

Former refugee breaking the glass ceiling

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Kevin Dagg
Richard Lee
“Children make up half the population [Syria] – of whom a third were born since the conflict began. Syria’s war has lasted longer than World War Two in Europe. This is unconscionable. Syria’s children, whether at home or in refugee communities elsewhere, are its future. One of its few sources of hope.” - UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi.
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Children make up half the population Syria of whom a third were

Syria's ongoing crisis: How you can help

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Cathrin Tomarchio
Natalie Brown
Helene Dawson