Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Category: Refugee Relief
The Norwegian Refugee Council is an independent humanitarian organisation helping people forced to flee. They work in crises in more than 30 countries, where they help save lives and rebuild futures.
NRC delivers high-quality aid where needs are greatest. Today, they work in both new and protracted crises across more than 30 countries, where they provide camp management, food assistance, clean water, shelter, legal aid, and education.
* Information taken from the NRC website.
NRC Projects in Yemen
As of May 2020
NRC seeks to rehabilitate and construct classrooms and other facilities, training teachers, distributing school materials and working with communities to keep schools safe.
Food Security Programme
NRC has been distributing food, providing cash to families in need, providing start-up capital and training for youth and women entrepreneurs, providing training to support small-scale farmers and fishermen, and more.
NRC has been informing people of their legal rights, assisting people to access critical identity documents, and advocating for policy changes that affect peoples' rights, and more.
Due to the breakdown in sanitation services, NRC assists with rehabilitatin water supply systems, developing water supply wells, trucking safe water to communities in areas with acute emergencies,
Camp Coordination and camp management
NRC helps monitor services in camps and advocating to fill any gaps, delivering services and maintaining infrastructure, and more.
Shelter and Settlements
NRC helps supply basic household items, constructing emergency temporary shelters, upgrading shelters for displaced people and more.