The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is a worldwide organization devoted to saving lives, defending rights, and constructing a better future for refugees, forcefully displaced communities, and stateless people. This organization fights to guarantee that everyone who has escaped domestic abuse, persecution, conflict, or disaster has the right to request asylum and find secure refuge.
UNHCR has responded to multiple disasters in multiple countries since 1950, providing critical aid to refugees, asylum applicants, internally displaced people, and stateless people, many of whom have no one to turn to.
This UN organization assists to save lives and create better prospects for millions of people who have been compelled to flee their homes. There are committed employees operating in 137 nations, from big capitals to remote and often dangerous places.
Geneva office employs slightly more than 10% of staff working at UNHCR. These individuals, along with the Global Service Centres in Budapest, Copenhagen, and Amman, provide assistance to the remainder of UNHCR, including important administrative duties. Almost 90% of staff are on the ground, helping the most vulnerable victims of relocation.
Every June, the Global Report is released, providing a complete overview of UNHCR’s global obstacles and accomplishments. Given below is the report you can download. for the mid-year trends of 2022, you can Download the report HERE