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World Refugee Day marks highest numbers of displaced since World War II (20.06.14)

Today on June 20 we mark the World Refugee Day. It is a time to remember the global challenges of displacement faced by the international community, says Andreas Kamm, General Secretary for the...

Aid agencies scramble to support Iraq displaced (12.06.14)

Cash-strapped aid agencies are scrambling to respond to an escalating humanitarian crisis after Islamist militants seized control of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, forcing an estimated half a...

10,000 conflict-displaced civilians prepare for relocation in South Sudan (11.06.14)

Households most affected by flooding and overcrowding in Malakal, South Sudan are being relocated to a new, improved site for internally displaced people. The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has played...

Swiss President Visits Ergneti (10.06.14)

On 3rd of June, 2014 as part of his South Caucasus tour, Swiss President Didier Burkhalter paid visit to Ergneti village, home to one of the Danish Refugee Council’s projects in Georgia funded by the...

Decisive time for humanitarian response in South Sudan  (28.05.14)

Last week donors pledged additionally 600 million USD to the humanitarian response in regard to the crisis in South Sudan. The humanitarian needs are immense and it is very difficult to work in South...


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