Where are most refugees currently hosted?

Most of the world’s refugees are currently hosted in the world’s poorest countries. In 2016, developing regions hosted 84% of the world’s refugees, according to the UN’s Refugee Agency. Moreover, the very least developed countries are stepping up their efforts, hosting a growing proportion in 2016 of 28% of refugees worldwide.

Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iran, Uganda and Ethiopia are the world’s main countries of asylum for refugees.

UNCHR Global Trends Report




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