Some 125,000 refugees living in the most affected Bekaa area in eastern Lebanon have received winter kits and 55,000 more will be reached in the coming days.
Thousands of families are using solar-powered lamps to improve security after dark in the central Philippines and to support their livelihood as a sense of normalcy gradually returns.
At the opening of the 2013 High Commissioner's Dialogue, Guterres urges governments, NGOs and academics to strengthen partnerships to tackle the growing problem.
Fear and fresh fighting have driven more than 100,000 people out of their homes in the last five days. Many are sleeping rough in the rain.
UNHCR offices and some 10,000 people across the country spread awareness about the scourge in a series of events marking the annual 16 Days campaign.
As the harsh winter sets in, up to 22 cargo flights are planned to bring food and relief supplies to vulnerable people in inaccessible areas in north-eastern Syria.
Next January, UNHCR will begin assisting Somali refugees who want to return from Kenya on their own. One young mother tells what's pulling her home.
High Commissioner Guterres says the death of such an outstanding champion of peace is a profound loss and should give people pause for thought.
UNHCR staff in Bangui report the situation as very tense on Friday morning. Gunfire could be heard in the city's 8th District, preventing residents from leaving their homes.
António Guterres expressed his deep appreciation for the Pope's work in bringing public attention to refugees and internally displaced people.
The UN refugee agency is trying to help the Lyuli regain an identity as part of a wider project in Kyrgyzstan to assist thousands of people whose nationality is undetermined.
More than 80 per cent of the more than 2.2 million Syrian refugees were women and children – a particularly vulnerable population facing serious protection risks.
The EU funding is helping a UNHCR project to provide educational support for 5,600 Colombian children, including 4,900 refugees in Ecuador and 700 children of indigenous groups in Colombia.
The Saballa family have lost 12 family members and are now in limbo amid reports that rebuilding may be banned along some coastal areas.
On a visit to the Lebanon-Syria border, António Guterres calls for massive assistance to prevent a generation from being lost.