Danish Demining Group


DRC leaves Sri Lanka after 14 years of protection and humanitarian operations  (09.01.15)

During a period of 14 years, through a wide spread conflict and Tsunami causing large scale displacement, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has worked to provide durable solutions for internally...

1 million liters of water per day to South Sudanese refugees (08.01.15)

For months, South Sudanese refugees have waded through the flood waters at Leitchuor camp in Gambella, Ethiopia. Built on a floodplain, the camp has been submerged since the beginning of the rainy...

“I feel caught up in this camp” – South Sudanese youth in Kakuma (07.01.15)

One year since the breakout of conflict in South Sudan, many of the refugee youth in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya are having a difficult time to adjust to the new camp life. Majority of them have...

DRC returns to Ukraine  (07.01.15)

After completing a six-year mission in Ukraine in January 2013 the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has returned to begin emergency relief operations for internally displaced in the war-torn country....

DRC is responding to Ebola crisis in Liberia and Guinea (19.12.14)

More than 6000 deaths caused by Ebola have now been reported in the six countries affected since spring 2014. As a humanitarian actor in two of the affected countries, DRC is implementing a strategy...


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