A recent study of Syrian refugees in Jordan found that, with health-care costs rising, pharmacists’ services were having a positive effect on refugee health.
Researchers have identified the genetic makeup of the bacteria causing Yemen’s cholera epidemics. The new research could improve treatment, if the right antibiotics could reach the people who need them.
A Jesuit charity and university team up to offer a diploma that can be a steppingstone to a bachelor’s degree, fueling the hopes of refugees who want to help others in their communities.
Ali al-Baroodi’s photographs document an important period of time in the history of his city during the period of occupation by “Daesh”.
In a region with a psychiatrist shortage, nonexperts are called on to help refugees cope with psychological trauma. Art therapy is one way this is happening in Iraq.
Countries could do more to ease barriers that keep new arrivals from advancing in their education or employment, says a new UNESCO report.
A Palestinian student and journalist describes the hard work, persistence and passion it took to reach an educational goal.
A survey of Syrian students seeking advanced degrees found that many have broad personal and civic ambitions. But they face many obstacles.
The “lost generation” may have become a cliché, but the reality is that when it comes to education many Syrian youth are still lost.