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NRC Annual report 2016

Published 23. Jun 2017
At the beginning of 2016, over 65 million people had fled across a border as a refugee or asylum seeker, or we reliving displaced within their own country.We see every day that our work is more crucial and needed than ever before.

With operations in 31 countries and experts deployed in many more, NRC offers displaced people a lifeline, so they can live with dignity until they can find a lasting solution to their situation.

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At the beginning of 2016, over 65 million people had fled across a border as a refugee or asylum seeker, or were living displaced within their own country. We see every day that our work is more crucial and needed than ever before. With operations in 31 countries and experts deployed in many more, NRC offers displaced people a lifeline, so they can live with dignity until they can find a lasting solution to their situation.

At the end of 2016, more than 12,500 people worked with and for displaced people on behalf of NRC as international 2016  staff members, national staff members, deployees and incentive daily workers. Through our expert capacity NORCAP, we deployed specialists on hundreds of missions to humanitarian crises. We do what we can to keep our staff, partners and the displaced people we serve both safe and well. Routine conflict analysis and security risk assessments, meanwhile, help us prepare for difficult operational environments.