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Intercontinental Dubai-Festival City

In a complex environment with fast shifting needs and priorities, refugees seek protection, shelter, water, health, education and other essentials to survive and start a new life.

With more than 5,525,292 Syrian refugees fleeing their country and over 647,000 refugees that have fled to Bangladesh since 25 August 2017, UNHCR is committed to address the needs of refugees, improve their lives and strive to ensure that everyone has the right to protection and to build a new life with dignity.

The commitment of individuals and their generous support enable UNHCR to achieve its goals in saving lives and building better future for millions forced to flee their homes to seek protection, shelter, health, and advocacy

‘The House of Dermatology’. The conference aims to present to participants the latest developments in the fields of Dermatology and Aesthetics medicine, and share advance and innovative techniques & knowledge in Dermatology, Dermato-surgery & Aesthetics Medicine from around the world. Through sharing knowledge and information with Seniors, Juniors and Residents, the program will comprise of an exciting combination of lectures and practical workshops from variety of school of thoughts and backgrounds. This scientific conference intends to provide an evolving and unique forum for discussions and exchange among researchers and clinicians from all over the world as it facilitates the dissemination of the latest knowledge and expertise derived from research in the fields of Dermatology.

UNHCR will participate in its booth in MEIDAM Conference from 19th September till 21 September,2019 in Dubai city spreading awareness on refugee and raising voices for a better life for refugees. Give your voice for refugees, so the world can hear theirs. 


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Interview with Dominik Bartsch UNHCR representative in Jordan.

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