STORIES FROM THE FIELD
Despite the Ebola crisis, the school year resumes in DR Congo
For more than a year, the territories of Beni and Lubero have been at the heart of the Ebola outbreak. The outbreak is occurring in a context of armed conflict. The socio-economic situation of several inhabitants of Beni and Lu...
Syrian youth and children confront the hardships of displacement with determination
Syrian children tell their stories as refugees in the Azraq camp as they try to build a better future for themselves.
An opportunity to rebuild a life: How access to employment helps Syrian refugees become self-sufficient
For many refugees, employment is more than just having a job and achieving financial freedom, it is an opportunity to rebuild a life.
LGBTQI refugees find support at the DRC Urban Project in Athens
Sexual minorities continue to be oppressed and persecuted around the world. As a result, gay people often seek protection outside their home countries. In the Greek capital, DRC Urban Project supports refugees and asylum seeker...
Starting over in refuge
After losing everything they have worked for to the war in Syria, three refugees in Turkey are rebuilding their lives from scratch.
Lost in Refuge – a documentary about the stories of Syrian refugees in Turkey
Eight years on, the war in Syria has taken a heavy toll on Syria’s people and left millions displaced both inside and outside of the country. The new online documentary ‘Lost in Refuge – the Turkey Edition’ portrays three Syria...
Innovative farming boosts food production for refugees in Uganda
An innovative farming model being implemented by the Danish Refugee Council is beginning to bear fruit for refugees and their Ugandan hosts.
Young Syrian refugees address prevalent social problems through films
A window onto another world: The Danish Refugee Council’s (DRC) ‘Youth Oscars’ gives young Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians a chance to showcase their films and celebrate their work among family and loved ones.
Giving back: Solidarity amongst Burundian Refugee women in camps
In Nduta Camp in Kigoma Region, Tanzania, a jovial group of Burundian refugee women seated together, babies asleep on their laps and toddlers chasing each other in circles. The women are engaging in casual chats while they sew ...