Danish Refugee Council

Danish Refugee Council

The Kurdish region of Iraq (KRI) has received around 1 million internally displaced Iraqis and more than 200.000 Syrian refugees. A new DRC Community Centre in Kasnazan will insure support for vulnerable refugees, internally displaced and members of host-communities
Tens of thousands of Iraqis who have fled their homes due to conflict have received vital relief items distributed by the Danish Refugee Council, DRC, and funded by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO).
lmost 6,000 internally displaced persons have received core relief items, distributed by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) in the city of Diyalla, East of Baghdad, ahead of the Eid holidays in Iraq, which ran from 4 - 9 October. Fighting has forced millions to flee t
This update highlights the Danish Refugee Council’s humanitarian intervention, to assist the displacement- affected population in Iraq. This update covers activities conducted from DRC’s operational hubs in Baghdad
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is establishing a new field office in Kerbala. The office will cover DRC’s expanded operations in the Southern governorates of Iraq. A two-day programme and operational assessment mission to Kerbala was carried out on September 23-24,
More than 3,000 internally displaced persons have received core relief items, distributed by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) in the city of Ramadi, in Anbar Governorate where fighting have caused massive displacement since December last year. “Amidst the enduring hu
Activities completed for the reporting period in the Kurdistan Region and South/Central of Iraq: In the Kurdistan Region Camp coordination continues in Bajit Kandala (BK) 1 and 2. The two camps are visit
This update highlights the Danish Refugee Council’s humanitarian intervention, to assist the displacement-affected population in Iraq. This update covers activities conducted from DRC’s operational hubs in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Region for the period
This update highlights the Danish Refugee Council’s humanitarian intervention, to assist the displacement-affected population in Iraq. This update covers activities conducted from DRC’s operational hubs in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Region for the period 24 – 30 August, 2014.Activit
The recent security threat on the Northern Kurdistan Region may be seen to have reduced momentarily, but the IDP situation is far from over, says Michael Bates, DRC country Director.
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