NRC Flüchtlingshilfe - Berlin

In 2017, the Norwegian Refugee Council established a German representation office, NRC Flüchtlingshilfe, in Berlin, near the German Federal Foreign Office.

About NRC Flüchtlingshilfe

The NRC Flüchtlingshilfe office has two primary functions: raising money for NRC's overseas programmes that meet the needs of conflict-affected refugees and internally displaced people, and providing humanitarian policy advice to German donors, parliamentary committees and peer non-governmental organisations.

We channel financial support from the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, BMZ) and its two operational agencies Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) and Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GiZ) to NRC programmes in the field.

We were approved as a humanitarian partner by the Federal Foreign Office (FFO) in May 2018 and our first projects (Cameroon and Yemen) were approved in November 2018. Another important partner is KfW, with whom a first contract (Afghanistan) was signed the same month.

The Institutional Partnership Advisory (IPA) team in our Berlin office works closely with the German government and other government bodies and organisations represented in Germany, in order to strengthen our strategic partnerships, raise money for aid operations, and ensure that funding for disaster response is spent in the most effective way possible. The IPA team provides expert advice on German partners to both Head Office and to all NRC Country Offices.

The office regularly hosts NRC experts from the field and HQ and facilitates briefings and communication with relevant German actors.

NRC Flüchtlingshilfe is also a resource to universities, think tanks and the general public on refugee issues.

For more information, please contact:

info@nrc-hilft.de
+49 30 2100 537 00
+49 30 2100 537 00


Visit the NRC Flüchtlingshilfe website: www.nrc-hilft.de

Visit NRC Flüchtlingshilfe:
Keithstr. 14
10787 Berlin. Berlin, Germany

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