The United States is expanding its refugee assistance program. Learn how President Biden is advancing America's tradition of accepting those in need.
In remarks at the State Department, President Biden vows to strengthen U.S. engagement with allies and partners to better tackle pressing global challenges.
Through the Julia Taft Fund, the U.S. Department of State has awarded nearly 800 grants to countries around the world to help refugees.
The United States helped end a bloody war in Bosnia and Herzegovina with a peace agreement reached in Dayton, Ohio, 25 years ago.
More than 168 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection. Together, we can ensure the most vulnerable people receive the aid they need.
Since COVID-19 arrived in Mexico, the U.S. and its partners have donated supplies, money and resources to help migrant communities.
As we take a #stepwithrefugees on World Refugee Day, ShareAmerica highlights a few people who made their mark as Americans.
When resettled refugees have to learn the landscape of their new home, overcoming farming challenges can be tough. This program has a solution.
When Syrian and African refugees arrived in Denmark, the U.S. Embassy partnered with local nongovernmental organizations to find Danish mentors for them.