Meet three African refugee change-makers elevating their communities through leadership and activism

Today, the number of forcibly displaced people around the world surpasses 100 million as new displacements caused by war, conflict and climate emergencies have forced many to flee their homes.

The impacts of forced displacement in Africa have been particularly profound. According to  UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, Africa hosts one-third of all forcibly displaced people, and in 2021, around 30 million internally displaced persons, refugees and asylum-seekers were recorded to be living on the continent. Today that number continues to grow as new violence in Sudan, drought in the Horn of Africa and floods in places like Mozambique and Malawi, have forced people from their homes.

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The UN Refugee Agency

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