War has forced millions of families to flee their homes

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Neil Gaiman tells Ayman’s Story

Best selling author and UNHCR High Profile Supporter, Neil Gaiman, spent time with the amazing Ayman in Zaa’tari camp in Jordan.

Neil Gaiman meets Ayman

Neil Gaiman meets Ayman

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Neil Gaiman’s experience with Syrian refugees

Best selling author and UNHCR High Profile Supporter, Neil Gaiman recently returned from Jordan seeing UNHCR’s frontline work for Syrian refugees…

Neil Gaiman meets a newly arrived Syrian refugee family

Together with UNHCR, best-selling author, Neil Gaiman and co-founder and designer of Marchesa, Georgina Chapman…

Neil Gaiman talks about Syrian refugees

Best-selling author and UNHCR High Profile Supporter, Neil Gaiman, has just returned from Jordan seeing UNHCR’s frontline work with Syrian refugees.

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Tan Szee Ling, Volunteer

By understanding what happened to their families and how they were forced to flee from their home country, I strongly felt that we should lend a hand whenever we can.

Zawbader: A Rohingya woman in Thailand

“We considered the government like our mother and father and expected it to help us, but it didn’t”.

Francis’ Story, Central African Republic

I’ll never forget the time when I was involved in a hostage situation, together with other humanitarian workers. …

Willy’s Story, Central African Republic

Once, a woman came to see me in tears. We talked for a very long time and she left without asking for anything. I had helped her just by being there and listening…

Gayane Mkrtchyan, Journalist

‘’I have raised my children with Armenian traditions and values, and I want them to continue to live on those values in harmony and peace.”

Maymoona’s Story, Algeria

Maymoona started growing a botanical garden after receiving training from an agricultural engineer in the Sahrawi refugee camp…

Fadala’s Story, Algeria

Fadala’s dream is to work as a journalist, to be able to convey the difficult life conditions her people are going through…

1 family torn apart by war is too many

Learn more about our work with refugees at UNHCR.org