On World Refugee Day the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, commemorates the strength and resilience of the more than 45 million people around the world forced to flee their homes due to war or persecution. Behind the casualty statistics are mothers, fathers, sons and daughters - tens of thousands of families who have left everything behind.
Despite the vast amount of media coverage given over to the conflicts in Syria, Mali, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the focus is rarely on the human cost of war.
War is a family matter.
Join UNHCR on World Refugee Day to show your support for families forced to flee.
Residents of the IDP camp at the Catholic Mission in Duekoue houses more than 10,000 post-election violence refugees from the #IvoryCoast. Here, people make homes and shelters out of whatever materials they can find.
Residents have access to CARE's "listening center," where people can meet one-on-one with a social worker to talk through their feelings of grief, anger, sadness and revenge. The listening center serves as a crucial first step towards thwarting potential acts of revenge and providing people with the psychosocial support they need to rebuild their lives.