Danish Refugee Council is a private Danish humanitarian nonprofit organization, founded in 1956. It serves as an umbrella organization for 33 member organizations.
Where does Danish Refugee Council work?
Danish Refugee Council is currently working in 40 countries around the world. Our work with refugees and internally displaced persons ranges from emergency aid over reconstruction to assisting refugees in returning home.
Danish Refugee Council (DRC) headquarters is Copenhagen, Denmark
DRC in Sudan
DRC Sudan provides a flexible and multi-faceted humanitarian response to the diverse needs present in four Sudanese states. Since beginning work in Darfur in 2004, DRC has expanded to offer programming in Khartoum and along the main migration routes from East Africa, primarily focusing on three sectors: Protection, Economic Recovery, and Community Driven Recovery and Safety (CDRS). DRC also responds to emergency needs through the provision of food assistance, shelter, non-food items, and hygiene kits. DRC’s work to promote peaceful, inclusive, and resilient communities also entails supporting Sudanese civil society and domestic institutions to build their response capacity with an increased focus on long-term solutions.