The Norwegian Refugee Council is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. Whatever it takes. Wherever and whenever we're needed.
In the same boat, but not in reality
They arrive in the same boats, but don’t have the same rights. Why are refugees and other migrants treated differently?
Two steps forward, one back
"I felt like a bird, watching the situation unfold from above. I watched our staff crouch in man-made bunkers that were built just a few weeks prior. I listened as the gunfire echoed outside."
Nearly 400,000 civilians cut off from aid in Syrian cities of Aleppo and Manbij
More than 300,000 civilians in Aleppo and an estimated 60,000 in the Manbij area, Syria, have been cut off from aid in the last three weeks, marking a shameful deterioration since the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) promised to open full access to aid across the country six months ago.
More than a number
“My father is sick. He is paralyzed and needs support, but he is too sick to be able to flee across the sea."
“During the shelling we hid in the basement with my friends. When we came out, there were some kinds of flying bullets in the air."
NORCAP: Expert deployment
NORCAP is the Norwegian Refugee Council’s expert deployment capacity. We aim to improve international and local ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from crises. We do this by bringing actors together and by sending experts to the UN and to national, regional and international organisations and institutions.
Partners and donors
NORCAP works with partners on national, regional and international levels in order to contribute effectively to humanitarian operations. We provide expertise in various fields to support to a wide range of organisations and countries through the deployment of expert personnel.