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  • South Sudan
    Children being flown by United Nations helicopter to be reunited with their parents after being separated by the on going conflict.
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  • PAKISTAN
    UNHCR repatriation center in Pershawar Pakistan. Families and their worldly goods wait for the process of becoming an ex refugee to be completed so that they can start the long journey home to Afghanistan. This is the family of Niaza who is thirty years old born in Pakistan, never before has he seen Afghanistan but says "I want to bring up my children in my families homeland " Niaza has six children three boys and three girls. In this image we see on the left Salma ten years old in the middle in the hammock under the truck is baby Moustafa three months old, on the right is Saima seven years old.
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    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "  ~ Brassai
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  • AFGHANISTAN
    Qasem forty eight years old returned home to Afghanistan from Pakistan. Now working as a wool sorter for a weaving cooperative.
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  • Women of Bamyam province break the thick ice on a lake in sub zero temputures to enable them to wash their family's clothes. These are some of the harshest living conditions in Afghanistan. The women live in a village a few kilometers away from Deh-Abkhana village where UNHCR assisted the returnees with electricity, micro hydro power and water pipe schemes, showing the great needs of the community in Bamyan province.
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  • SOUTH SUDAN

    Sixty seven year old Almase Labat with her 9 year old granddaughter Zeinab Faisal in the UNHCR Camp Doro, Mabaan County, Southern Sudan. They fled on their own because of heavy fighting and lack of food in their village of Tamfono.

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  • UNHCR CONGO

    Children at Primary school 'One' in UNHCR Mole Refugee Camp. The camp has two primary schools and educates around 1300 students.

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  • JORDAN
    A young Syrian refugee shelters from the rain with a cardboard box in UNHCR Zatari refugee camp.Extreme weather from sandstorms to thunderstorms are a common occurrence making life even difficult for the people living there. ~ Photography Sebastian Rich
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  • AFGHANISTAN
    Husband and wife Asma and Mohammad displaced from their home in Afghanistan because of heavy fighting but still managing the most beautiful dignified smiles for my camera. Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.
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  • SOUTH SUDAN

    Food distribution at Doro Camp (UNHCR) Mabaan County, Southern Sudan. A logistical feat spanning three days and giving food aid (mainly sorgham and palm oil) to 44,732 (forty four thousand seven hundred and thirty two) refugees that have fled their homes because of heavy fighting and a lack of food.

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN
    Sisters and best friends, carpet weavers. Right Ayesha aged ten, middle Ughul aged seven left Hajra aged eight. They live and work in the  Turkman UNHCR Afghan refugee Village Pakistan. They weave carpets for a dealer/buyer in Peshawar who then sells them to European clients. They also make carpets to order for other refugees in the Village. Photography by Sebastian Rich all rights reserved
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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Yaghmur is thirty-five years old and has been deaf and dumb since birth. His mother Qurban seventy years old is also profoundly deaf and is severely disabled by a stroke she suffered three years ago. Her eyesight is also failing rapidly, the pair fled from Jawzjam, Afghanistan fifteen years ago because of fierce fighting between Mujahedeen and The Northern alliance, their village was caught in the middle of fierce battles. They escaped Afghanistan on mules with just the clothes on their backs to reach the safety of The UNHCR Afghan refugee village Turkmanâ in Pakistan. Qurban (his mother) had two daughters but they died of the measles virus five years before they fled from Afghanistan. Her husband died twenty-five years ago in Kabul Afghanistan from Tuberculosis.Yaghmur when asked about if he had any problems in the village with his disabilities says no not at all, "I am strong for my mother who I have to look after all the time" Yaghmur works in the local brickmaking factory twelve hours a day six days a week earning just eighteen dollars a week. His biggest desire is to save enough money to buy a fridge so that he can prepare his mothers meals and keep them fresh in the fridge so he doesn't have to come home twice a day from work to feed her. His mother is now completely immobile and he has to help her onto a cart that he made from scrap wood and metal that serves as a very rudimentary wheel chair. He does everything for her including feeding her, washing her and changing her clothes. When asked about his future prospects he says that he would like to get married and start a family but is not sure if any woman would have him or find him attractive with his disabilities! But for now he wants to save enough money to get a better house in the village.When asked about how he communicates with people in the village he explains that he and his best friend Khan Mohammad thirty four years old invented a sign language between them twelve years ago.

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  • JORDAN
    Two year old Syrian refugee Oday playing in his mothers makeshift wedding dress hire shop in the UNHCR Zatari Refugee Camp, Jordan. Photography By Sebastian Rich.
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  • BURUNDI
    A young refugee from Burundi living in Nduta UNHCR refugee camp Tanzania. War torn Burundi has seen armed violence for more than 40 years since gaining independence in 1962. killing more than 300,000 people ~ Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNHCR all rights reserved
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  • SYRIA

    A young mother crosses the border from Syria into Jordan and becomes a refugee. In her arms she carries her one month old son Hamid. The number of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria to neighbouring countries has now passed four million, confirming that crisis as the world's single largest refugee crisis for almost a quarter of a century under UNHCR's mandate. New arrivals in Turkey and updated data from the Turkish authorities on refugees already in that country have taken the total number of Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries to more than 4,013,000 people. Furthermore, at least an additional 7.6 million people are displaced inside Syria – many of them in difficult circumstances and in locations that are difficult to reach.Tragically, and with no end in sight to Syria's war, now in its fifth year, the crisis is intensifying and the number of refugees are rising. The four million milestone comes barely 10 months since the total of three million was reached. At current rates, UNHCR expects the figure to reach around 4.27 million by the end of 2015.

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  • UNHCR KURDISTAN/IRAQ

    Manaa thirteen years old pictured with her grandmother Maneera (around 70 years). Manaa is 13 years old. She fled with her seven sisters and brothers from Aleppo to Iraq Kurdistan to escape the war. The children have been through a lot - they witnessed the destruction of their community and for the past three years have been unable to go to school. After fInally reaching safety the large extended family was struck with tragedy again when a beloved uncle died of a heart attack just two days after arriving. Today, Manaa and her family live in one small tent in Basirma camp in Iraq Kurdistan. Her family is here including Grandmother and formidable matriarch of the family, Maneera, plus two Uncles and their families. Manaa says she misses Syria and the life they once lived very much but at least now in Iraq they are safe and can go to school again.

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  • AFGHANISTAN ~ JALALABAD
    This is Saifal seventy four years old and has been a refugee in Pakistan with his family since 1979 when the Russians first invaded Afghanistan. Because of the instability in Pakistan and the constant harassment by the Pakistani police he thought it safer to return after all these years to his home city of Jalalabad Afghanistan. Like a lot of refugees at that time the fighting was so intense he left with just the clothes on his back. On arrival back in Afghanistan on the 16th march 2015 he received a lump payment from UNHCR in the encashment programme but is now broke as he cant find a job and is renting a small house to house his family . His twenty year old son works as a day laborer when he can get the work as unemployment in the region is very high. " My most urgent need for my family are food items, I cant afford to feed my family properly at the moment , "I have no work" Saifai has a wife two sons and six daughters. The UNHCR Sub-Office in Jalalabad was established in 1992, to assist and protect Afghan IDPs and returnees. Since the beginning of the Voluntary Operation in 2002, over 1.1 million returnees were assisted to reintegrate back in their communities in the Provinces of Nangarhar, Kunar, Laghman and Nuristan.
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  • SOUTH SUDAN

    Dahia Kobonh Kulwu 85 Years old from the Uduk tribe walked on her own for twenty days from her village of Konugura to get to the UNHCR refugee Camp Doro, Mabaan County, Southern Sudan. Dahia is proufoundly deaf and is suferring from late stage dementia. She left her village because the Russian built Antonov bombers that came from Khartoum bombed her village daily and she was forced to flee. She has no idea were her family is. She said that "the days that the Antonovs came and bombed was so frightening and noisy, the noise was so loud, so loud it hurt my head" 

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  • UNHCR AFGHANISTAN

    This is Hayatuwha fifty two years old and a pure Afghan Koochi tribesman. He is photographed here with two of his children, Samina a girl one year old in the swinging crib and Salma two and a half years old in his lap. The Koochi were and some still are an Afghan nomadic tribe letting their flocks of goats and sheep graze all over Afghanistan. Hayatuwha was made a refugee in 1979 when the Russians invaded. As he and his family members fled to Pakistan two of his cousins were killed by bombs from Russian aircraft just a couple of miles from the Pakistani border. He says he is glad to be back in Afghanistan it is his home and this is were he will stay with his family now. When asked what he thought would happen if the Taliban would ever be the dominant force again in Afghanistan he says that he has no problem living with the Taliban " they are muslims like me". He also says that all foreign powers must leave Afghanistan and let Afghans sort out their own fate. He returned to Afghanistan in 2009. He and his family live in a UNHCR constructed shelter consisting of two large rooms and a courtyard. The shelter is in the village of Kochiabad just outsude Kabul. The cost to UNHCR is 2500 US dollars this represents seventy percent of the overall cost of the build the other 30 percent coming from UNHCR's partners. The Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees (SSAR) remains the main policy framework for sustainable reintegration of those returning to Afghanistan. Many returnees have migrated to towns and cities, contributing to the country's rapid urbanization. As rising poverty and unemployment in urban centres prevent them from reintegrating into society, many will need basic assistance. 

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Maria is forty-nine years old and fled from Jawzjan Province Afghanistan eighteen years ago because of heavy fighting. Rival Mujahedeen factions constantly fought for control over the village which made it impossible to live. It took four days in the back of an open flatbed truck to get to the safety of the UNHCR refugee village Turkman in Pakistan. They left so quickly because of the danger with just the clothes on their back, her husband could not carry anything because he was very sick with tuberculosis. Maria has unfortunately been widowed twice. Her first husband just fifty years old had an unknown illness. He fell sick in Afghanistan and passed away in four days of becoming ill. Her second husband died of a heart attack four years ago in Pakistan. Her children by her second husband, Abdulrehman aged nine and his sister Hanifi six years old sadly do not remember their father. Maria says that she does not want to go back to Afghanistan, as there is nothing to go back to now. Her son is at school now and I want him to have an education. I do miss my country and my parents who are still alive and live in Jawzjan. But I will stay here for the sake of my children it is safer. When asked if the tragedies in her life made her stronger, she says that yes they have, I am strong but I blame my father for my sadness and I am so angry with him, my marriages both of them were arranged for me. If my father had not arranged them I would not have had such sadness in my life, but now I am strong. I want to stay in Pakistan for my children. Maria makes a living by preparing wool for the carpets weavers. She also helps anyone in the community who needs her help. She says it is my duty to help others.

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Widow Qurdsan Gul sixty-five years old an Afghan refugee from Balkh province Afghanistan now lives with her son Jura twenty-two years old .Her husband died of a burst appendix in Afghanistan. She was alone with her son and daughters when fierce fighting broke out in her village and they hid behind walls to try and be safe from the bombings and gunfire. It took fifteen days to get to The UNHCR Turkman refugee Village in Pakistan crossing the formidable mountain range ˜The Hindu Kushâ in mid winter. She says she nearly froze to death. One of her friends who was a little older than her did die on the march across the mountains from severe cold “ we buried her in the mountains” she says. Qurdan admits that she is an opium addict! She had an accident and used opium to kill the pain but is now addicted. She weaves carpets for a dealer in Peshawar to pay for her addiction and to make ends meet. Her Son Jura is working off a huge loan by working twelve hours a day six days a week in the boiling heat of a local brick factory. He took out the loan with the brick factories owner to pay for his sisters wedding. His weekly wage is the equivalent of just eighteen dollars. The loan will take him seven and a half years to pay back if he is lucky and get the continuity of work with the brick factory. Qurdan says that the main problem for her in the Village is that because her son is working so hard and such long hours at the brick factory that she has to do everything herself in the house, which is difficult for her. When asked what she wanted for the future she says I want to see my son married, and I want to see my grandchildren. Qurdans two daughters married and are back in Afghanistan. She says that she has no home in Afghanistan and does not want to return my life is here now.

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Afghan refugee children in the UNHCR refugee village 'Khazana Refugee Village" Pakistan cool off in the sweltering forty seven degree heat.

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  • UNHCR JORDAN SYRIA

    Marwan fled Homs, Syria with his wife Mullah and four children in Jordan. The family is registered with UNHCR and reliant on support aid. "We left because people were being slaughtered in front of us. There were missiles, rockets and bombs everywhere and kidnapping of Sunni people. "I was shot and injured trying to help someone to hospital and I cannot use my arm now. We had to leave."

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  • UNHCR SOUTH SUDAN

    Eight year old Eliam playfully clings tightly to her younger brother Mustafa nine months old who she looks after. They fled thier village with their parents after heavy air bombardment gave them no alternative but to flee to where they are now in the UNHCR camp 'Doro' In Maban Southern Sudan the children are from the Dwala tribe.

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  • UNHCR SOUTH SUDAN

    A refugee in the UNHCR Doro Camp, Mabaan County in Southern Sudan, chops firewood. Wood for cooking and heating is in very short supply in the area.

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  • UNHCR JORDAN

    A Sudanese refugee family living in Amman, Jordan has a home visit to assess if they are eligiable for UNHCR cash assistance. Many Sudanese families live in sub-standard housing in Jordan but their plight often goes unnoticed with such great needs from the Syrian community.

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Afghan refugee children playing cricket in the UNHCR refugee Akohra Village in Pakistan. Cricket is hugely popular in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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  • UNHCR SOUTH SUDAN

    Aisha Mahmoud 20 years old washing her son Abdullah Aziz aged three. She washes all her children three time a day morning and afternoon. in The UNHCR Camp Doro, Mabaan County, Southern Sudan.

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  • UNHCR SOUTH SUDAN

    Children play in a safe play area of the UNHCR refugee camp Doro in Mabaan County, South Sudan. The children can play in complete safety without fear or hindrance.

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  • KURDISTAN IRAQ

    Seventy six Year old Najiba Mansoor an Assyirian displaced by the war with ISIS and Peshmaga fighters sleeps on her makeshift bed in an abandoned construction site in the Kurdish capital Erbil. I showed Najiba this image on the back of my camera and she burst into tears " Is that all I have left now a filthy mattress and my broken wheel chair, no no no how did this happen"

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  • COLOMBIA

    Children at Chami Puru, a new community settlement for 35 indigenous families in Caqueta, Colombia. The families were forced from their homes in 2005 by armed guerillas threatening forced recruitment of the young men. UNHCR and local partners have helped to establish the settlement and further develop livelihood opprtunities with craft work.

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  • JORDAN/SYRIA

    Midwife Alice Lejeune, 28 years old, from Gynaecology Sans frontiers holds a newborn girl, 4 hour old Iline, born to a Syrian refugee in the UNHCR Zatari Camp, Jordan. In the sprawling camp that is Zatari in Jordan (250.000 refugees) there are thousands of sad stories. The birth of little Iline and the lovely expression of Alice made for a lovely day in an otherwise miserable place.

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  • UNHCR COLOMBIA

    Diana, age 26, pictured in the small shack that she and her family call home. Diana was displaced twice before coming to Altos de la Florida in November 2012. She had to purchase the land she lives on illegally, at a highly inflated rate and the family of four live in three small rooms with only a flimsy wooden divider separating the kitchen and toilet. The house is freezing in winter and hot in summer and Diana perpetually worries abot the risks of landslides, common in the rainy climate of Colombia. Two of Diana's children benefit from attending the settlements UNHCR funded educational learning centre and Diana also volunteers to help other displaced new arrivals.

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  • UNHCR THAILAND

    Baby Kuseh (18 months) has been brought to a health clinic in the Ban Mai Nai Soi camp in Northern Thailand by is concerned father Nyareh (42 years). Kuseh has a very high fever and a urinary tract infection and the health care team have sent of samples to a local laboratory to rule out anything more severe. Kuseh an Nyareh wil stay at the clinic until his fever has come down. Nyareh says he is grateful for the health care and he doesn't know what they would do if they still lived in Myanmar. The family are Karenni refugees from Myanmar.

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  • UNHCR IRAN

    Farzaneh twenty five years old and just married is passing through Dogharoun repatriation centre to start her married life in Afghanistan. Farzaneh was born and raised in Iran and it is the first time she sees Afghanistan. She is happy to see her family after all these years but feels sad to depart her parents. Dogharoun repatriation centre helps Afghan refugees returning home voluntarily. The returnees receive assistance packages including cash for transportation and items such as blankets, water and sanitary package. Food and healthcare would be provided if needed.

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Seven year old Roma Orphan IDP in The (UNHCR) Lalozai IDP Camp Pakistan. Both her parents were killed when a morter struck her house.

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  • Burundi
    Burundi refugee dancers perform a welcome dance in the UNHCR Nduta refugee camp Kigoma district Tanzania. Photography Sebastian Rich/all rights reserved.
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  • IRAQ
    Resettled Iraqi refugee Ghasaq Sabri 8yrs now living in Kentucky Louisville USA Wounded in an IED explosion Baghdad that killed her auntie ~ Photography Sebastian Rich
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  • SOUTH SUDAN
    Aisha Mahmoud 20 yrs with her son Abdullah Aziz 3yrs sit under a mosquito net in UNHCR Camp Doro, Mabaan County, Southern Sudan.

    South Sudan is experiencing an ‘unprecedented’ outbreak of malaria, with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders stating that this year’s malaria outbreak is the ‘most severe’ it has ever seen. There have been approximately 1.6 million malaria cases reported thus far, with some areas of South Sudan having more than quadrupled their numbers from the same period last year. ~ Photography by Sebastian Rich

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  • THAILAND

    Karen refugee child Ramo pictured holding her little brother Nosateh. The children were born in the Ban Mai Nai Soi camp in Northern Thailand after their parents fled their homeland of Myanmar.

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  • Mexico
    Norma and her son Ernesto. Norma was a police officer for ten years in El salvador and worked in witness protection. She was forced to flee El Salvador with her youngest child when gangs threatened to kill her because of her work and tried to recruit her son. After paying smugglers to get Ernesto safely to Mexico they were both detained in migration detention centres while their asylum claim was processed. They have just been recognised as refugees. "Everything in the detention centre was grey and white. When I have my own home again I will fill it with colour to bring life back. In this shelter we are free, we are safe, it is good but we are waiting to start our lives properly again" ~ Photography Sebastian Rich.
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  • UNHCR JORDAN-SYRIA

    Syrian refugees living in Amman Jordan in the UNHCR cash assistance programme. The couple did not wish to be identified as they are still fearful of possible reprisals from factions within Syria. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was established on December 14, 1950 by the United Nations General Assembly. The agency is mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide. Its primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees. It strives to ensure that everyone can exercise the right to seek asylum and find safe refuge in another State, with the option to return home voluntarily, integrate locally or to resettle in a third country. In more than five decades, the agency has helped an estimated 50 million people restart their lives. Today, a staff of around 7,092 people in 124 countries continues to help 35.8 million persons.

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  • UNHCR KURDISTAN

    A Yazidi family sit in a makeshift tent in 50 degree heat and searing winds waiting to get into a UNHCR camp on the outskirts of the Kurdish town of Dohuk. With the fighting between Kurdish Peshmaga troops and ISIS rebels the plight of the Yazidis has now become critical. UNHCR has responded with an unprecedented relief operation.

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  • UNHCR CONGO

    Refugees from The Central African Republic now in the Congo wash thier clothes, the opposite river bank is C.A.R.

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  • UNICEF SOUTH SUDAN

    New arrival at the Benuit camp for the internally displaced South Sudan.

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  • UNHCR KENTUCKY/CHARLOTTE U.S.A.

    Ghadeer Sabri thirteen years old year old Iraqi being taught the history of the American flag by Mary Grandinetti of Catholic Charities, in Loiusville Kentucky USA. Mary is the youth services coordinator. Ghadeerl ost lost her left armin a IED bomb exlposion in Baghdad that killed her auntie and wounded her mother and sisters.

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  • UNHCR JORDAN

    Syrian refugee Awad with his great grand-daughter Islam in the settlement where they live near the city of Irbid, Jordan.

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  • UNHCR PAKISTAN

    Refugee children in an Afghan UNHCR refugee camp Pakistan collecting water for the family.

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  • SOUTH SUDAN

    Young refugee collects water for her family.

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  • UNHCR JORDAN

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    Dust storm Zatari Syrian refugee camp (UNHCR ) Jordan.

     

     

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  • COLOMBIA

    Delfa rocks her three-month-old son Ivan to sleep in his hammock on the porch of the family home. The family are displaced indigenous Emebera Chami and their whole community was forced from their homes in 2005 by armed groups. Delfa is a community leader and approached UNHCR for support with finding a permanent solution for her community and the settlement where they now live began to take shape.

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