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Syrian civilians unable to escape

13. november 2014
Syrian civilians trying to escape the brutal war inside Syria, risk being turned back at the borders and the number of refugees finding safety abroad has declined dramatically.
Syrian civilians unable to escape
21. november 2014
Palestinian boys clad in green, black and red trudged across the stage as young girls twirled in unison, dancing a traditional Palestinian folk dance and smiling proudly in celebration of their teachers.
Students celebrating their teachers
07. november 2014
– Individuals who have been forcibly displaced to Goma, who are living outside of formally supported camps and sites, systematically face greater risks to their lives and livelihoods than other Goma residents, according to a study released today.
Greater investment needed in response to urban forced displacement

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Farsi Translation of Sphere Handbook Published

NRC Iran proudly presents a new edition of the Sphere Handbook published in Farsi.

NRC supports UNHCR’s global campaign to end statelessness

It is estimated that over 10 million people worldwide are currently stateless. Today UNHCR launched a global campaign to end statelessness in 10 years. NRC is working to reduce the risk of statelessness for displaced people through information and legal assistance.

Sweden increases funding for NRC in Iraq and Djibouti

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), has granted NRC an additional SEK 17.4 million to help refugees and internally displaced persons in Iraq and Djibouti.

NRC is preparing for winter

Winter is about to hit many countries with large populations of refugees and internally displaced people. It is a matter of life and death.

“My brothers are not safe”

“We try to remain in contact with my brothers as often as possible. They are not safe, as they are under random bombardment,” explains a Syrian woman in Lebanon.

NORCAP seeks civil engineers

NORCAP seeks civil engineers to build Ebola treatment units in West Africa.

It became impossible not to help

When the breadth of the Ebola epidemic became clear, NORCAP veteran Stener Vogt (58) decided he would not retire from humanitarian work after all.

Giving birth in Goma

When I enter her room, she has not yet named her child. She then asks me to name her.

Host families and internally displaced persons in need of information

Clarisse is one of the charitable people who host Internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Goma.

Words from Father T

This is the story of a priest in the Central African Republic (CAR). His name has not been mentioned experts on the Central African Republic and I will not name him either. I will simply call him Father T.

“An inspirational prize”

NRC commends the Nobel Committee on their choice of this year's Nobel Peace Prize winners, Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay.

Refugee women supporting one another

Jamile (35) fled Syria two years ago. Now she is helping to address the concerns of other Syrian women in an informal tented settlement in Bekaa Valley in Lebanon.

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