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    Sudan: Putting refugees on the map
    Sudan
    Sudan: Putting refugees on the map
    When it comes to reaching vulnerable people in a crisis, our teams rely on accurate, up-to-date maps. However these can be hard to come by. Mapping sp...
    Refugees
    Love Without Frontiers
    Cambodia
    Love Without Frontiers
    Yoeuth Yoeun is visibly shaken by her memories. Her husband, Chamroeun Ros, is sitting next to her in their family home in Banteay Meanchey province, ...
    Refugees
    Refugee camps in Kenya are closing. What's next for the refugees?
    Kenya
    Refugee camps in Kenya are closing. What's next for the refugees?
    The Kenyan government and the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, formally announced plans to close refugee camps in the country by 30 June 2022.
    Refugees
    “We are fleeing so they won't kill us, but even that doesn't matter. I cannot protect my children.”
    Mexico
    “We are fleeing so they won't kill us, but even that doesn't matter. I cannot protect my children.”
    We had to flee Guatemala because my husband handled confidential information in his job and the gangs asked him for information. They were threatening...
    Refugees
    Fear and loss for people fleeing violence in Cabo Delgado
    Mozambique
    Fear and loss for people fleeing violence in Cabo Delgado
    Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) staff recently assisted two women caught up in the crisis, and here they tell their stories.
    Refugees
    Closing refugee camps cannot be the end point of Kenya’s solidarity
    Kenya
    Closing refugee camps cannot be the end point of Kenya’s solidarity
    I was in Dagahaley in late March this year – one of the three camps that make up the Dadaab refugee complex – when news spread that Kenya was calling ...
    Refugees