Almost all of the most popular international organizations have more than 10 million followers combined, but new platforms are targets for community and re-engagement.
Some 52% of all refugees and others who needed international protection came from Afghanistan, Syria and Ukraine.
The fighting that broke out last month caused the ranks of those who need humanitarian aid and protection to swell to 24.6 million, or slightly more than half of Sudan's 49 million.
Most of Khartoum, Darfur and North Kordofan are too dangerous to operate in, the U.N. refugee agency said.
As Putin's war in Ukraine nears the one-year mark with no end in sight, the U.N. again calls on the international community to step up with billions more in aid for civilians and refugees.
It is a fight that spans the continent and has entangled international organizations, border security forces and a host of others in a murky web of politics and international law.
The latest figures show the vast majority of the world's 8 billion inhabitants prefer to stay within their nation of birth. But almost 1-in-20 are on the move away from their home.