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Refugees Must not Be Used as Political Hostages

The situation of refugees, whether in Syria, on the Greek islands or on the Turkish-Syrian border, is becoming increasingly desperate.

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€ 100,000 in Emergency Aid for Refugees in Syria

Roughly 235,000 people have fled after new attacks in northern Syria in the past two weeks. Welthungerhilfe is providing 100,000 euros in emergency...

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Global Refugee Forum in Geneva

Welthungerhilfe expects the participants at the first Global Refugee Forum to ensure that host countries will get better support.

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Two years on: Rohingya deserve justice

61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar and call for refugees’ engagement on safe, voluntary returns.

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The Sahel Region Needs Security and Development

Chancellor Merkel Travels to Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger.

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Forced Migration and Hunger: 4 Misperceptions

Are hunger and displacement caused solely by natural events like droughts? No, it’s not that simple.

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Girls Dreaming Big

Teenage girls at a local girls school in Northern Iraq built by Welthungerhilfe have big dreams for their future, despite the war in Syria.

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Developing Photos and Friendships

Welthungerhilfe’s photo project in Turkey brings together Syrian child refugees and local Turkish kids – an opportunity for new friendships.

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A Humanitarian Disaster with Little Hope

Welthungerhilfe staff member Jessica Kühnle traveled to Bangladesh and experienced the severe situation of the Rohingya on the spot.

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"They Came and Shot at Us"

Welthungerhilfe employee Disha Uppal visited refugee camp Bhalu Khali in Cox's Bazar, where over 615,000 Rohingya are seeking protection.

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Rohingya in Bangladesh Fighting for Survival

The situation in Cox's Bazar is unparalleled and unimaginable: More and more Rohingya arrive at the reception camp in Bangladesh.

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Rohingya struggle to survive

The influx of Rohingya since end of August has crossed more than 615,000 and the numbers are growing by the day.

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