Danish Defugee Council

Help the displaced Iraqis from Mosul

Help the displaced Iraqis from Mosul

Within 24 hours 500.000 people were displaced after the attack on Mosul in Iraq – many are now moving towards the Kurdish region in the North of the country. They need basic emergency aid such as food and water.

Danish Refugee Council is present in the Kurdsih region as well as central Iraq and is currently working to increase relief efforts.

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World Refugee Day marks highest numbers of displaced since World War II

World Refugee Day marks highest numbers of displaced since World War II

Today on June 20 we mark the World Refugee Day. It is a time to remember the global challenges of displacement faced by the international community, says Andreas Kamm, General Secretary for the Danish refugee Council.

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10,000 civilians prepare for relocation in South Sudan

10,000 civilians prepare for relocation in South Sudan

Households most affected by flooding and overcrowding are being relocated to a new, improved site. In Malakal, a new extension of land has been leveled and demarcated, family tents have been erected and communal facilities such as washrooms, schools and meeting areas have been installed by DRC and other UN and NGO partners.

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Support the Syrian refugees

Support the Syrian refugees

The civil war in Syria has forced almost two million Syrians to flee the country, and almost seven million people have acute need for help inside Syria.

Danish Refugee Council distribute emergency aid inside Syria and help refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq.

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DRC is working to ensure that no refugee must be in need of help to find protection and durable solutions

DRC is working to ensure that no refugee must be in need of help to find protection and durable solutions

The Danish Refugee Council distributes emergency relief and promotes lasting solutions to refugee problems to approximately 2 million displaced people in more than 30 conflict affected countries.

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The Danish Refugee Council delivers the best solutions - even in the most complex environments

The Danish Refugee Council delivers the best solutions - even in the most complex environments

DRC provides assistance to millions of people in the world's most complex environments in the sectors of protection, water and sanitation, food security, shelter, livelihoods, armed violence reduction and humanitarian mine action.

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DRC provides assistance to millions of people in the world's most complex environments

DRC provides assistance to millions of people in the world's most complex environments

The Danish Refugee Council is guided by international standards and value broad-based influence, innovative thinking and informal relations. We are solution-orientated and place high importance on quick decision-making and flexibility.

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Latest news

14. jul. 14

DDG work has come to an end in Sri Lanka after 11 years of work

More than 25 years of conflict in Sri Lanka has caused several mine fields throughout the country. The Danish Demining Group (DDG) has been clearing mines in Sri...

08. jul. 14

NGOs and civil society can help the European Asylum system

Yesterday the latest EASO (European Asylum Support Office) report “Annual Report Situation of Asylum in the European Union 2013” was launched at an event in...

20. jun. 14

World Refugee Day marks highest numbers of displaced since World War II

Today on June 20 we mark the World Refugee Day. It is a time to remember the global challenges of displacement faced by the international community, says Andreas...

12. jun. 14

Aid agencies scramble to support Iraq displaced

Cash-strapped aid agencies are scrambling to respond to an escalating humanitarian crisis after Islamist militants seized control of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest...

Where we work

We work in more than 30 countries

Our work with refugees and internally displaced persons ranges from emergency aid over reconstruction to assisting refugees in returning home.

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