The U.S. has supplied nearly $5.6 billion for humanitarian efforts in support of Syrian refugees in the form of food and medical care.
Aid for Syrian refugees doesn't just come from the government. These organizations are providing food, medical care, educational tools and hope.
Nearly 60 million people have been displaced from their homes and sought refuge. In this photo presentation, we take a close look at some of them.
A new program, Coursera for Refugees, aims to help refugees continue to learn through online courses as they work to resettle.
The Feed the Future initiative focuses its efforts on 19 countries to help boost local economies and prevent hunger and malnutrition.
The Obama administration is on track to meet its goal, set in September 2015, of resettling 10,000 Syrian refugees in the United States.
Actress and activist Angelina Jolie Pitt urges everyone to understand the size of the current refugee crisis and what it means for the world.
Americans gave $373.25 billion to charities and nonprofits in 2015, with a 17.4 percent rise in giving to international affairs organizations.
The U.S. pledges an additional $10 million to help ensure the safety of future generations living in the area affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.