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Syrian refugee family. Cash assistance provided by UNHCR helped them get back on their feet.
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“My dream was to complete my university degree and start a career in educating the younger generation as a school teacher."

On the waiting list for cash assistance, Aisha and her family are running out of time.

Rohingya refugee student Nur Fatima, 11, attends a school funded by UNHCR in Kutupalong camp.
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Keeping the dream of education alive for Rohingya children

In Bangladesh, many of the half a million Rohingya children and youth have no access to education at all, since they were forced to flee Myanmar in late August 2017.

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Yemen Refugees - the 'silent crisis' is real

Video footage shot by a UNHCR worker reveals scenes of devastation in Yemen.

Donor Mary Lou Hero
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Australian mentor program

Refugees graduate from Canberra’s Calvary Hospital mentor program ready to join the Australian workforce.

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Five things you need to know about the Rohingya

Learn about the largest stateless population in the world, and how UNHCR is helping them.

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