STORIES FROM THE FIELD
Women-only centre in Azraq Camp restores refugees’ love for life
The Danish Refugee Council’s (DRC) new female-only space is providing respite to refugees of all ages.
A woman’s fight for survival in refuge
Even after years of displacement, Nour does not allow her refugee status to stand in her way of becoming the woman she knows she can be.
Refugee girls get inspired on Intl. Day of Women and Girls in Science
February 11 marked the fourth year of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and the renewed commitment of over 68 countries to achieve gender equality in science. In mainland sites in north Greece, refugee childre...
The laundry space in Skaramangas: More than just washing clothes
Being constantly on the move, refugees often have trouble finding where to wash their clothes and personal items. In Greek hosting sites, where people stay until their asylum procedure is concluded, laundry services can make a ...
Through My Eyes: Refugee youth get creative and connect with Greeks through photography
Many of the refugee children and youth who have arrived in Greece have endured traumatic experiences in their perilous journeys and require separate consideration. To enable them to express themselves and restore a sense of nor...
Emergency response in a volatile environment
Epidemic hepatitis-E outbreak in Bocaranga causes additional suffering for populations living in precarious conditions in the Central African Republic.
Lost in refuge – an interactive documentary about Syrian refugees in Jordan
While the Middle East region continues to deal with multiple emergency situations that have resulted in waves of displacement, people including refugees, internally displaced and vulnerable communities need their voices to be h...
Shelter upgrade gives refugees in Alexandria space to live
Space is vital for every human being’s activities and personal health. However, for hundreds of refugees living in prefabricated accommodations in Greece, overcrowding means a loss of dignity and personal space. A new upgrade p...
From Syria and Iraq to Greece: Refugee women in Koutsochero site stay strong
Refugee and migrant women often face particularly difficult obstacles but continue to amaze the world with their strength as the primary caregivers to their children. While often being a single parent or the only parent on the ...
World Toilet Day: Improved latrine coverage for South Sudanese refugees in Uganda
A European Union funded consortium led by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has supported South Sudanese refugees in Uganda with construction of 7,630 household latrines, improving hygiene and sanitation in settlements in the no...