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Syria crisis: We have a right to work and education

World Refugee Day: Iman Al-Sin, a Syrian refugee, reflects on refugees’ lack of rights.

DRC: The violence that made Cecile a widow and mother

World Refugee Day: Cecile survived unimaginable violence and is now helping other women survivors...

Venezuela: A pregnant mother’s harrowing journey

World Refugee Day: Génesis Gonzales and her young family had no choice but to leave Venezuela...

Syria: “How could I raise my children in the war?”

World Refugee Day: Despite everything, things are better here than in Syria...

Bangladesh: A baby girl “born into suffering”

World Refugee Day: When Maimuna reached the refugee camp, she went into labour...

Climate crisis: How your support is helping women farmers in Tanzania

A new CARE project funded by UK aid is bringing back hope to women farmers in Tanzania.

A mother in Idlib: “I tell my children stories of superheroes and safe lands”

Sara and her children fled from Ghouta, Syria, only to face more violence in Idlib.

Celebrating Eid in conflict-ridden Yemen

Four years of conflict mean most people cannot celebrate Eid in the way they used to.

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