All stories about Displaced people
Syria, Turkey: Far from home, refugee family finds they’re not alone
When Fediya and Feras fled Syria, they left behind their home, community and the support from Mercy Corps that was helping them survive. As refugees in Turkey, they struggled to get by — until Mercy Corps knocked on their door again.
Providing hope for young refugees in Greece
Young people who've fled violence and sought refuge in Greece now face a severe shortage of jobs, schooling and support. We're working to give them a future.
For refugees fleeing, it's a long road to safety
For parents seeking refuge for their children, deciding to flee conflict is just the beginning. Here's what they're going up against to protect the ones they love most.
Syria: How refugee parents comfort their children
Every parent wants their child to feel safe and protected. But how do you provide that when you're caught in a war? We asked refugee parents how they ease their children's fears. This is what they said.
This is what a refugee family looks like
Every refugee family looks different, and every story is unique. But they're all working against the odds to overcome tremendous adversity and remain undivided. Meet some of them here.
Syria: Syrian refugee mother struggles to reunite family
Walaa has gone to extraordinary lengths to protect her children from the war in Syria. Now, separated from her husband and stuck in Greece, their story of survival is far from over.
Refugees share their stories of loss, hope and survival
In support of World Refugee Day June 20, we sought out people who have made the refugee journey and can recall the experience of having to leave home, possibly forever. These are their stories.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria: How technology is affecting the refugee crisis
The mass movement of refugees toward western Europe has spawned a modern migration, one in which smartphones, the internet and other technologies play a lifesaving and transformative role.
DR Congo: Cash and the family goat: Sifa’s story of survival
When Sifa and her children fled their home, the only thing they had to rely on was the family goat. Learn how we helped her recover what she lost.
South Sudan: Water, sanitation needs soar as South Sudan conflict persists
Ongoing violence in South Sudan continues to force people from their homes and into the relative safety of the U.N. displacement site in Bentiu. We're working to meet the critical sanitation and hygiene needs of the site's growing population.