Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

Rapid Response Mechanism: NRC distributed eight RRM kits for eight families who recently arrived to Dibaga camp NRC provided 1173 RRM kits for 1065 families in Khazer camp2 Education: 1240
Rapid Response Mechanism: NRC distributed seven RRM Kits for seven families who arrived to Debaga camp  NRC Provided 1284 RRM Kits to 1207 families in Khazer camp2  Education: 189
NRC activity updates 06.12.2016  NRC Mosul response to date Rapid Response Mechanism: Since last
NRC activity updates 29.11.2016   Emergency aid and cash assistance to newly displaced families The Norwegian Refugee Council (
NRC activity updates 22.11.2016   Providing newly displaced families with emergency aid 
Education and RRM support to newly-displaced families in Debaga and Hassansham The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) continues to respond to people displaced from the Mosul corridor and from areas closer to the city
Now that Iraqi forces have just breached into the city of Mosul, the Norwegian Refugee Council warns that this will decide not only the fate of 1.2 million Iraqis, but of the entire country. “In the last weeks since the final
Mosul response The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is currently pre-positioning emergency supplies and shelter kits to try to assist more families displaced from Mosul’s surrounding areas and potential famili
With the final assault just launched by Iraqi forces to retake the city of Mosul, the Norwegian Refugee Council warns that the fate of some 1.2 million Iraqis is now in grave danger. NRC reiterates its appeal to the parties to the
Education for newly displaced children from Mosul and surrounding areas: Last week, construction was finalised on a new School Support Center in Dibaga Camp, expected to serve up to 4,000 vulnerable internally disp
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