Danish Defugee Council

Danish Refugee Council ranked third on list of the world’s best NGOs

Danish Refugee Council ranked third on list of the world’s best NGOs

Global_Genevas exclusive Top 500 list of the world's NGOs has just been published and the Danish Refugee Council has been ranked in third place. 1,800 NGOs has taken part and 500 are placed on the list.

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Danida introduces Core Humanitarian Standard

Danida introduces Core Humanitarian Standard

Certified against the HAP Standard since 2007, the Danish Refugee Council welcomes the Core Humanitarian Standard, which we hope will enjoy broad and global support.

We remain committed to seek trustworthy certification of humanitarian action against the Core Humanitarian Standard.

 

Help the displaced Iraqis

Help the displaced Iraqis

During the latest escalation of the violence in Northern Iraq the civilian minority population has become a direct target. 200.000 people have been displaced bringing the total to 1.5 million since the violence erupted in December 2013.

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

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Support the Syrian refugees

Support the Syrian refugees

According to the UN, the number of registered Syrian refugees have now passed 3 million people, while 6.5 million are internally displaced in Syria.

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

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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

17. apr. 15

DRC call on Kenya to reconsider its planned closure of the Dadaab Refugee Camp

The Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya has been home to more than 350,000 refugees who have sought refuge for over two decades and have continued to enjoy an...

14. apr. 15

Visit by the UN High Commissioner in South Lebanon

Visit of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Mr. Antonio Guterres and United Nations Secretary General Humanitarian Envoy for Kuwait, Dr. Abdullah...

02. apr. 15

DRC stays in Yemen despite current crisis

The situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate with thousands of civilians forced to flee their homes because of the ongoing conflict. Refugees, migrants, and...

25. feb. 15

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark inaugurates a Youth Centre in Tierkidi Camp, Ethiopia

On 16 February 2015, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess Mary of Denmark inaugurated a Technical Vocational Training Centre for South Sudanese refugee youth in...

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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