IRC in the News
Ram Khatiwoda was 10 when he and his family were forced off their land in Bhutan, carrying only a backpack with them to Nepal, where they would spend nearly 18 years living in a refugee camp, and working on local farms.
Salam Neighbor takes you inside the life of displaced Syrians living in Jordan.
Syria's civil war has uprooted millions of people, including 4 million who have fled their homeland. Yet the U.S., a country that has always been a leader in refugee resettlement, has taken in fewer than 1,000 of them.
Helicopters have delivered life-saving supplies to thousands of people uprooted by fighting in South Sudan to help them survive the lean season, aid agencies said on Tuesday ahead of a pledging conference for the conflict-hit country.
Aid agencies in South Sudan said more than $1.1 billion is needed to plug a funding shortfall to help people in crisis following 18 months of civil war.
These young girls are planning their roles in the rebuilding of a country they were forced to flee.