IntroductionThe world is seeing the most elevated amounts of uprooting on record. An extraordinary 65.6 million individuals around the globe have been constrained from home by struggle and mistreatment toward the finish of 2016. Among them are about 22.5 million exiles, over portion of whom are younger than 18. There are likewise 10 million stateless individuals, who have been denied a nationality and access to essential rights, for example, instruction, human services, work and flexibility of development. A lot of people are suffering wars, conflicts and political tensions, which lead them to the emigration and moving to another country to live away from their original homeland. This is where the problem of refugees, who suffer from their forced exclusion from their homeland and their jobs and relatives, is spread to save their lives and the lives of their children, wives and parents.Perhaps one of the most significant refugee problems we see in this difficult period of tension and conflict is the problems of the Syrian refugees, the Somali refugees and the Rohingyas. These three areas are most affected by conflicts, wars, tensions, famines and difficult living conditions in the world. We find other refugee problems, though less important than the three.It is clear that we have the utmost importance for the refugee problem, which has led the United Nations to take care of this phenomenon and to provide all the means of support and care for these people, whether by providing medicine, food, clothing, and most importantly, shelter.Here I study the most widespread and suffering refugee situations in the world: Syrian refugees, Somalis and Rohingyas.The Syrian refugee caseThe conflict in Syria between the government of Bashar al-Assad and different other forces, which started in the spring of 2011, continues to cause displacement within the country and across the region. By the end of 2014, an estimated 7.6 million people were internally displaced and 3.7 million Syrians had fled the country since the conflict began (OCHA 2014; UNHCR 2015a). The refugee situation caused by the Syrian conflict is dire, and it has placed enormous strain on neighboring countries. Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, and Turkey host massive numbers of Syrian refugees, and Syrians have been seeking protection beyond these countries in increasing numbers since 2011. The contention in Syria, now in its seventh year, was the world’s greatest maker of displaced people (5.5 million). Helpful needs in Syria have expanded fundamentally since the start of the emergency, with 13.5 million individuals needing philanthropic help, including more than 6 million kids. More than 400,000 individuals have been slaughtered and more than 1 million harmed since 2010. Numerous Syrians have been compelled to leave their homes, regularly different circumstances, making Syria the biggest relocation emergency on the planet with 6.3 million individuals inside uprooted and just about 4 million individuals enlisted as exiles in neighboring nations. An expected 4.53 million individuals need helpful help with difficult to-achieve territories and assaulted areas. (UNDP), has reported that “countries hosting Syrian refugees are struggling with the massive impact on their economies, societies, and infrastructure threatening not only their stability but the stability of the entire region” (cited in UNHCR 2014b). The scope and protracted nature of the Syrian conflict has made the situation for Syrian refugees and their host communities exceedingly difficult. Syrian refugees face tension among host community populations and struggle to secure basic needs like security, food, and shelter (Orhan 2014). With the humanitarian situation caused by the Syrian conflict continuing to deteriorate, Syrians are increasingly seeking asylum in states outside the region. Turkey has more than 2.9 million enlisted Syrians. The lion’s share of them live in urban regions, with around 260,000 suited in the 21 government-run exile camps. There are more than a million enrolled Syrians in Lebanon and 660,000 in Jordan. Iraq has additionally observed a developing number of Syrians arriving; facilitating more than 241,000, while in Egypt UNHCR gives security and help to more than 122,000. Palestine displaced people are especially open to an expected 460,000 individuals accepting normal help around Syria. School participation has dropped by more than 50 for each penny and around one-fourth of schools have been harmed, annihilated or are utilized as aggregate asylums. The greater part of Syria’s clinics have been decimated or gravely harmed. Water supply has diminished to fewer than 50 for every penny of its pre-emergency levels. An expected 9.8 million individuals are considered sustenance unreliable and numerous more are living in neediness.Syrian Refugees in Major Host Countries Somalia refugee caseAbout 2.4 million individuals of worry as of March 2017, this interest intends to address return and reintegration needs of 50,000 Somali outcasts coming back from Kenya and 10,000 coming back from Yemen, and additionally the case pre-starvation reaction in Somalia for 250,000 most helpless recently uprooted, including dry spell related outpourings of Somalis to neighboring nations. It plans to fortify refuge and security in the district while additionally reestablishing endeavors to discover sturdy and manageable arrangements, including bolster foundation and adjustment in Somalia to guarantee feasible reintegration. US$487.75 million is required in money related prerequisites for the Somalia circumstance for January to December 2017 More than two million Somalis are at present dislodged by a contention that has kept going more than two decades. An expected 1.5 million individuals are inside uprooted in Somalia and about 900,000 are exiles in the close area, incorporating nearly 308,700 in Kenya, 255,600 in Yemen and 246,700 in Ethiopia. The continuous procedure of political and security adjustment in Somalia displays a basic minute to reestablish endeavors to finding sturdy answers for Somali evacuees, while keeping up the insurance space in nations of shelter and reacting adequately to the dry season that is expanding the danger of starvation initiated relocation in the area. The race of Somalia’s parliament in December 2016 and President in February 2017 were imperative breakthroughs for the nation’s post-strife change and give chances to quicken advance on national needs, for example, security segment change; finishing the protected audit process; building State establishments and nearby governments; proceeding with exchange with Somaliland; and enhancing open money related administration and income accumulation. Aware of the present dry spell circumstance, prospects for the distinguishing proof of suitable tough arrangements on a caseby-case premise stay reasonable, incorporating as to willful returns. The Government of Somalia has likewise underlined that the making of venture, instruction and work openings are fundamental for the maintainability of vocations and the political and security adjustment of the nation, and also the manageable return and reintegration of evacuees and inside uprooted people (IDPs). In the meantime, different variables keep on jeopardizing the compassionate and social circumstance in Somalia. These include: (1) instability and Al Shabaab nearness, especially in South/Central locales; (2) restricted nearness and limits of government establishments in numerous territories; (3) constrained access by helpful and improvement performing artists; (4) constrained job openings; (5) absence of fundamental administrations, for example, wellbeing and instruction; (6) poor foundation, particularly with respect to lodging, schools and wellbeing offices; and (7) low levels of interest in early recuperation and advancement. Moreover, the present danger of starvation in Somalia is high and there are as of now reports of passings and ailments caused by dry spell related elements. More than 6.2 million individuals need helpful guide. Kids are especially in danger, and 944,000 kids are presently intensely or extremely malnourished. SOMALIA SITUATIONIt should be noted that the needs in response to the Somalia situation in Djibouti are within UNHCR’s planned programmes for 2017 and no additional requirements are requested in this appeal.OPERATION ExCom-approved budget excluding the Somalia Situation ExCom Budget and subsequent adjustments related to the Somalia Situation Additional requirements Total Total revised requirementsDJIBOUTI 13,747,530 20,037,527 ?????????????? 20,037,527 33,785,057ETHIOPIA 229,587,974 74,855,126 26,034,708 100,889,834 330,477,808KENYA 41,366,495 173,813,912 14,928,784 188,742,696 230,109,191SOMALIA 7,869,113 78,927,199 29,803,507 108,730,706 116,599,819YEMEN 50,375,894 49,193,334 14,080,420 63,273,754 113,649,648REGIONAL AND GLOBAL ACTIVITIES 4,778,741 ?????????????? 123,231 123,231 4,901,972SUBTOTAL 347,725,747 396,827,098 84,970,650 481,797,748 829,523,495Support costs (7 per cent) ?????????????? ?????????????? 5,947,946 5,947,946 5,947,946TOTAL 347,725,747 396,827,098 90,918,596 487,745,694 835,471,441Between November 2016 and March 2017, more than 615,000 individuals in Somalia have been inside uprooted by dry season, incorporating 377,000 dislodged in the initial three months of 2017. About 126,000 have moved to the capital Mogadishu in Banadir area, and 136,000 have made a beeline for Baidoa in the nation’s south-west Bay locale. The rest of the recently uprooted individuals have moved to Togdheer, Sool, Bari, Kismayo (Lower Juba), Galkayo (Mudug), Middle Juba and different locales, including crosswise over outskirts. In 2017, more than 4,500 Somalis escaping dry spell have been enrolled in Melkadida, Ethiopia; around 75 for every penny of youngsters among these fresh debuts are influenced by intense lack of healthy sustenance. The circumstance of dislodging in and around Somalia is intricate and dynamic. Notwithstanding those being inside dislodged because of contention and starvation, Somalia is likewise encountering the arrival of displaced people, basically from Kenya (60,800 Somali outcasts have come back from Kenya since December 2013) and Yemen (30,600 Somalis have returned since March 2015). In the meantime, the danger of expansive quantities of Somalis leaving the nation as displaced people to look for security and wellbeing stays high.Rohingya refugee caseIn October 2015, researchers from the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London released a report drawing on leaked government documents that reveals an increasing “ghettoisation, sporadic massacres, and restrictions on movement” on Rohingya peoples. The researchers suggest that the Myanmar government are in the final stages of an organised process of genocide against the Rohingya and have called upon the international community to redress the situation as such.13According to historians,”Rohingyas have been living in Arakan (referred to the area now known as Rakhine) from time immemorial.” The British colonized Myanmar (Burma) for more than 100 years (1824-1948) and around that time migration of labourers from Myanmar to India and Bangladesh was significant (note that Bangladesh was formed in 1971 as a result of partition of India and Pakistan after 1947).The Rohingya are a minority ethnic group located in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state and are considered to be a variation of the Sunni religion. Since the Rohingya are considered to be illegal Bengali immigrants and were denied recognition as a religion by the government of Myanmar, the dominant group, the Rakhine, rejects the label “Rohingya” and have started to persecute the Rohingya. The 1982 Citizenship Law denies the Rohingya Muslims citizenship despite the people living there for generations. The Rohingya are fleeing Myanmar because of the restrictions and policies placed by the government. The restrictions include: “marriage, family planning, employment, education, religious choice, and freedom of movement” and they are facing discrimination because of their ethnic heritage (Albert 3). The people in Myanmar are also facing wide spread poverty, with more than 78 percent of the families living below the poverty line. With most of the families living below the poverty line, tensions between the Rohingya and the other religious groups have exploded into conflict. The violence and turmoil began in 2012, the first incident was when a group of Rohingya men were accused of raping and killing a Buddhist woman (Albert 4). The Buddhist nationalists retaliated by killing and burning the Rohingya homes. People from all over the world started calling this case and bloodshed “campaign of ethnic cleansing.” The Rohingyas were placed in internment camps and today there are more than 120,000 still housed there. For years the Rohingyas have faced discrimination and persecution, today they are still facing this problem and have started to flee to other countries for safe haven. In 2015 “more than 40 Rohingya were massacred in the village of Du Chee Yar Tan by local men, the U.N. confirmed. Among the findings were 10 severed heads in a water tank, including those of children” (Westcott 1). The Rohingya people have been facing persecution for their religion and as of today still have no rights or citizenship in their homeland.Rohingya refugees: The world’s fastest-growing humanitarian case by the numbersInternational Rescue Committee aid workers on the ground in Myanmar and Bangladesh are scaling up our response to the world’s fastest-growing humanitarian case. Here’s a look at the Rohingya refugee case by the numbers: The United Nations emergency response plan is only one-quarter funded by donor countries, leaving a shortfall of $328 million. Bangladesh is home to 32,000 registered Rohingya refugees who are sheltering in two camps in the south-eastern district of Cox’s Bazar.26 Agence France-Presse reported in May 2015 that another 200,000 unregistered Rohingya refugees were living in Bangladesh, most of them near the two official camps.27According to Reuters, more than 140,000 of the estimated 800,000 to 1,100,000 Rohingya28 have been forced to seek refuge in displacement camps after the 2012 Rakhine State riots.29 To escape the systemic violence and persecution in Myanmar, an estimated 100,000 people30 have since fled the camps.31In late May, 2015, about 3,000-3,500 Rohingya refugees traveling to other countries in Southeast Asia, from Myanmar and Bangladesh, had been rescued, or had swum to shore—while several thousand more were believed to be trapped with little food or water on the boats floating at sea.2732The number of Rohingya refugees in the U.S. has increased significantly since 2014. In 2015, the number of Refugees from Myanmar jumped from 650 to 2,573. Another 2,173 Rohingya refugees arrived in 2016. President Obama removed the sanctions originally imposed on Myanmar which enabled the U.S. to help more refugees. Migration to the United States from Asia raised once the Immigration and Nationality Act passed in 1965. With these two acts the quota for immigrants was lifted and Asian and Arab immigrants were once again able to come to the United States. Today the biggest population of Rohingya refugees and immigrants in the U.S. can be found in Chicago, Illinois.The Rohingya Refugee crises has become a major issue for India and Bangladesh. Fleeing population blames the security forces back in Myanmar for burning their villages, rapes, and mass killings. In addition, the Rohingya Muslim population is now stateless as Myanmar rejected citizenship to Rohingya people. Myanmar does not want its 1.1m Rohingya population because they are considered as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.46 Due to this refugee crises, refugees are entering Bangladesh and Indian territory by illegal means. Bangladesh foreign secretary Md. Shahidul Haque have said “We look forward to resolving the issue peacefully and expect that the international community will support that, especially our close friend, India.”47After Bangladesh informed India about the problem of rising Rohingya Refugees, India extended its support with the “Operation Insaniyat”. The word Insaniyat is an Urdu word, which means “Humanity” in English. On September 14, in response to the crises, the Government of India began “Operation Insaniyat” as Humanitarian aid to Bangladesh Government to manage the huge Rohingya refugee influx. Indian foreign ministry stated that India will provide free food materials, tea, mosquito nets and technical assistance to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.48United StatesThe State Department of United States expressed its intent to take in Rohingya refugees as part of international efforts.50Then US president Barack Obama urged Myanmar to end discrimination against the Rohingya minority on 2 June 2015.51Since 2002 the United States has allowed 13,000 Myanmar refugees. Chicago, home to RefugeeOne, has one of the largest populations of Rohingyas in the United States. However, even with the refugees finding safe haven in Chicago, there is still a hard life to face. The new immigrant children whose parents are not with them are easy pickings for the gangs in Chicago. “When we are selecting neighborhoods we have to be very careful about the crime rate and gang recruitment, because the majority of refugees come with kids” (Mclauglin 1).ConclusionIndividuals escaping mistreatment and struggle have been conceded refuge in remote grounds for a huge number of years. The UN organization that helps evacuees is UNHCR (otherwise called the UN Refugee Agency), which developed in the wake of World War II to help Europeans uprooted by that contention. UNHCR was set up on December 14, 1950 by the UN General Assembly with a three-year order to finish its work and after that disband. The next year, on July 28, the lawful establishment of helping displaced people and the fundamental statute directing UNHCR’s work, the United Nations Convention identifying with the Status of Refugees, was embraced. So as opposed to closure its work following three years, UNHCR has been working as far back as to help exiles. In the 1960s, the decolonization of Africa delivered the first of that mainland’s different displaced person emergencies requiring UNHCR intercession. Over the accompanying two decades, UNHCR needed to help with uprooting emergencies in Asia and Latin America. Before the centuries over there were new evacuee issues in Africa and, turning full circle, new rushes of evacuees in Europe from the arrangement of wars in the Balkans. In a world here almost 20 individuals are coercively uprooted each moment because of contention or oppression, crafted by UNHCR is more essential than any other time in recent memory.