Danish Refugee Council

Danish Refugee Council

Invitation to Bid No.: 010DUH18 (Supply of Sub-base) Dear Sir/Madam: The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has received a grant from WHH for the implementation of the humanitarian aid operation in Iraq. Part of this operatio
ERBIL, Iraq, 21 August 2017 – The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is providing emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) assistance for civilians fleeing Tel Afar district as Iraq’s government announced the launch of new military operations early Sunday to retake areas west of Mosul from t
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), along with other organisations, began receiving displaced Iraqis at the Qayyarah Airstrip on 06 December. Thanks to the support from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO), the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assis
UNDP – DRC Job Seeker Support Centre reaches 10,000 beneficiaries, providing access to sustainable livelihood opportunities and resources to build individual capacity and enhanced employability. Asma’s story of displacement spans ten years and two countries. She and her family
DRC International, Regional Directors visit Iraq to assess Mosul response “If we fail to get it right, we fail Iraqis.” ERBIL, Kurdistan Region of Iraq – With
Danish Refugee Council's Emergency Director has just been to Iraq and talked to some of the first people that have managed to flee the areas around Mosul. So far around 10,000 persons have reached safety after the
Over the past year, through its work on the ground in the northern areas of Ninewa Governorate, DRC has built up a detailed picture of the challenges facing local communities and IDPs living in the area after the retreat of the Islamic State. This information has led
Erbil- The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) in Iraq presented key findings and specific recommendations to stakeholders and working partners from the Camp Business Market Mapping, Rapid Skills Survey and Local Labor Market Assessment on 23 December 2015 at the Best Inn Er
Close to 54,000 people from the western Iraq province of Anbar where the Islamic State militants have captured the provincial capital, Ramadi, last week, remain vulnerable and need food, water and shelter, the Danish Refugee Council, who are working hard to get to t
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