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UN Refugee Agency

Nominations are now OPEN! Help us find a #NansenAward hero supporting refugees and displaced people! trib.al/yoYJaFe
This is what the Rohingya refugee crisis looks like from the sky.
Retweeted by UN Refugee Agency
An Arkansas dad + a Congolese refugee discover they share the American Dream. 🇺🇸 Meet Cobi and Majidtrib.al/OmNu1EG5zv
This drone footage shows thousands of people stranded near the Myanmar-Bangladesh border trib.al/30ucQ5t
In Rwanda classes are taught in English, not French as in Burundi. Here's how refugees are catching up in school: trib.al/yNX0ene
Our joint statement with @UNmigration + @UNOCHA calls for increased solidarity with Rohingya refugees: trib.al/nNKEOWj
Our #NansenAward winner, Nigerian lawyer Zannah Mustapha is a beacon of resilience and hope @itsanitarani trib.al/dA178oo
We're advocating with Bangladesh authorities to urgently admit these refugees fleeing violence + increasingly-difficult conditions back home
“We need clean, safe water + sanitation - we need it now.” #Rohingya refugees are in urgent need of life-saving aid:
An estimated 10,000 to 15,000 Rohingya refugees have entered south-east Bangladesh since October 15. trib.al/yOTr1Uj
We're working with partners to deliver food + water to stranded refugees, many dehydrated + hungry from the journey: trib.al/GmpH758
Can you imagine a world 🌍 more open to refugees? Here's how it can happen:trib.al/1tqUalcea
Around 582,000 refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since violence erupted in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on 25 August. trib.al/G412jJM
Meet a true hero. 2017 Nansen Refugee Award winner Zannah Mustapha: trib.al/fMOEC2w #NansenAward
This drone footage shows thousands of people stranded near the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. trib.al/30ucQ5t
Meet Mohammed. He built a training programme that coached more than 25,000 youth in Za’atari refugee camp, Jordan. trib.al/nkrEgpN
Provided access to economic opportunities, refugees uplift themselves and benefit host countries: trib.al/Q5Z1zvR #EndPoverty
In Bangladesh, citizens are coming from all over the country to help Rohingya refugees. You can also help. Visit: donate.unhcr.org/int-en/rohingya
Many #refugees + their host countries are among the poorest in the world. If we want to #EndPoverty, we must support them.
This project helps empower refugees with disabilities by giving them the chance to learn sports, train & compete: trib.al/ijU2dJq
To #EndPoverty, we must remember the most vulnerable populations. Economic opportunities can help restore refugees' hope, dignity + security
Poverty is often an underlying root cause of refugee movements + forced displacement. @Refugees supports #EndPoverty + refugee inclusivity.
We have been moved by the welcome + generosity shown by local Bangladeshi communities towards Rohingya refugees. trib.al/wWvaosX
“We need clean, safe water + sanitation - we need it now.” #Rohingya refugees are in urgent need of life-saving aid:
 
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