A Syrian father and his daughter talk about life in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Plus, why Tanzania is denying its people are dying from Covid-19?
Approximately 200 of the refugees are surviving in the woods outside of camps without any shelter or food
One year on since Zainab was heavily pregnant and living in Europe's largest refugee camp, Moria.
Nujeen fled war in Syria, and crossed Europe in her wheelchair in 2015, but where is she now?
The fire destroyed the overcrowded Moria facility on the island of Lesbos, which housed 13,000 people.
Migrants fled with what they could carry as fire spread through the camp on the island of Lesbos.
By Swaminathan Natarajan and Moazzem Hossain
BBC World Service
"Libyans in uniforms are stealing their money... basically they're living in terror."
Tia is 18 and she's one of the only volunteers left at the migrant camp in Calais.
Rob thought he was helping a refugee girl and her father as they struggled to get to Britain. But a shocking message made him realise it was all a lie.
There have been stark warnings from doctors, aid workers and the UN, that camps for the displaced in north-western Syria could be devastated by an outbreak of coronavirus.
As charity Médecins Sans Frontières warns of a health emergency in refugee camps, one expectant mother living in Lesbos spoke to the BBC of her fears.
Humanitarian agencies at the UN climate summit in Madrid say refugee camps in Africa and Asia are increasingly being damaged by extreme weather.
They say this has significantly added to the challenges they face in operations around the world, as already displaced people have in some cases been forced to move again.
Scientists warn that flooding and violent storms will become the new normal if the planet continues to warm at the current rate, adding to the hardship of those already displaced by conflict.Copyright: BBCCopyright: BBC
When tropical cyclone Idai hit south-east Africa, killing more than 1,000 people in March this year, a refugee camp in Zimbabwe was affected too, according to the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) officials.
They said many were injured in the Tongogara refugee camp that hosts some 13,000 refugees in Chipinge district.
"Around 2,000 refugee houses, mainly built using mud bricks, were completely or partially damaged," the UNHCR said at the time.
"Over 600 latrines have collapsed, and borehole water is feared to be contaminated due to flood waters. There is a real danger of an outbreak of waterborne diseases."
By Duncan Leatherdale
Tabisha Esperance is the self-proclaimed "best fashion designer" in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp.