Why partner with Norwegian Refugee Council?
When companies partner with NRC, they make a big difference in the lives of some of the world's most vulnerable people: those forced to flee their homes.
This way, companies showcase their values while contributing to real change.
NRC's corporate partnerships are true exchanges of expertise. Our innovative collaborations create opportunities for the world's displaced people.
Together, we create hope.
With our partners, we can empower communities to do more.
From pro bono contributions to special projects and fundraising, our corporate partners lend us their expertise. We find new ways to brighten the future for those who have lost everything.
Our fruitful partnerships have resulted in products, services and innovation that otherwise wouldn't have been possible.
Read our 2015 Corporate Partnerships Annual Report to learn more about our work with the private sector.
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Corporate Relations adviserAnnicken Saxlund
Stories from the field
Installing solar panels in refugee camps
In Azraq refugee camp in Jordan, Syrian refugees taking part in an electricity course will learn to install solar panels, providing their community with sustainable energy.
Microsoft and NRC in new partnership
As a start of a new strategic relationship, Microsoft has granted software licences to all NRC offices worldwide.
NRC is a strongly principled organisation. We believe in transparency and hold ourselves accountable to our donors, partners, staff and the displaced people we serve. To maintain the integrity of our work, we adhere to these principles:
Non-discrimination and respect for human dignity:
We are dedicated to providing support for the most vulnerable – regardless of nationality, ethnicity, gender, religion, political views or disabilities.
We ensure that the details on how we work, and where are funds go, are accessible and visible. Our information aligns with the standards of the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). Read more about our commitment to accountability.
Corruption, theft and mismanagement are common in many of the countries where we operate. NRC has robust anti-corruption and risk management systems. We hold our partners to the same high standards.
More than 90 per cent of NRC's costs are used in the crisis-affected countries where we operate. Our current administrative costs average between 9 and 10 per cent of our global budget. Read more about our finances.
Monitoring and evaluation:
We routinely reflect on our experiences and projects in the field, critically assessing our projects at the field and management levels.
At NRC, we take pride in the principles of our humanitarian action. Read our Ethical Guidelines on corporate partnerships.