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UNHCR’s 2020 Nansen Refugee Award Laureate, Mayerlin Vergara Perez, talks to a young Venezuelan girl during a visit to Villa Del Sur, a neighbourhood that is home to some 3,000 migrants on the outskirts of La Guajira, Colombia. © UNHCR/N.Filippo Rosso
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Venezuela

Helping survivors rebuild

Meet the woman fighting to give survivors of sexual violence a second chance.

National Director Naomi Steer reflects on two decades of supporting refugees.
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Australia

Six questions for our National Director Naomi Steer

Reflecting on two decades of supporting refugees.

Throughout the month of November, Israr reached over a million steps as part of the 2 Billion Kilometres to Safety challenge.
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Australia

A million steps to stand with refugees

“With this challenge, people can open their hearts for refugees and recognise their difficult journeys.”

National Director Naomi Steer on creating equal footing for refugees.
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Uganda

Creating equal footing for refugees in Nakivale

National Director Naomi Steer on creating equal footing for refugees.

The Make Minawao Green Again project aims to fight against the deforestation of the region, caused by the global warming and human activities, especially as the arrival of the refugees put a high pressure on the environment. @UNHCR/ Xavier Bourgois
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Worldwide

UNHCR responds to climate change challenges

UNHCR meets the future with renewables and green camps

@UNHCR/Pierre-Marc René
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Mexico

Recognising our staff this World Humanitarian Day

Meet a UNHCR field worker who shares what it’s like to work in the field helping some of the world’s most vulnerable people.

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Worldwide

'Why I became a humanitarian worker'

In honour of World Humanitarian Day on August 19, we asked three UNHCR field workers to tell us what drives them

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Worldwide

A UNHCR representative shares how displacement impacts women and girls

Irene Omondi has spent her career as a field worker for UNHCR, she is deeply passionate about empowering refugee women and girls.

Joelle Sanounou, winner of the inaugural Australia for UNHCR Beddie Scholarship
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Australia

TikTok recognises the great work of Australia for UNHCR

Australia for UNHCR Beddie Scholarship winner, Joelle has been creating content on our TikTok channel and has helped to secure a partnership with the social media platform.

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Our fundraising commitment

The majority of funds raised by Australia for UNHCR are directed to UNHCR’s emergency operations, providing the ready funds and resources to respond quickly and effectively in situations of crisis and disaster.

78%
Humanitarian programs
12%
Admin
10%
Funding