Danish Refugee Council

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News & Stories

Flora during her training@ENABEL
NEWS | 15 January 2020

Uganda: Three women learning how to tailor for a better life

On the verandah of a small one-roomed shop along the busy main road in Arua town, Northern Uganda, five young women and a man are bent over their sewing machines. Focusing intently, they are stitching together shorts as part of a test that will see them graduate from a three-month...

Mediation for youth in KwaDRC
NEWS | 22 March 2019

Promoting Peaceful Resolution to Local Conflict in Northeast Nigeria

The crisis in Northeast Nigeria is now in its tenth year and 7.1 million people remain in need of humanitarian assistance. The violent crisis is the result of ongoing armed conflict between state actors and non-state armed groups, which has produced widespread unrest for civilians. As of January 2019, an...

43-year-old Tijani Mohammed spreading out his stalks of millet on the groundChima Onwe/NRC
NEWS | 10 February 2019

Displaced farmers move beyond food assistance through field schools in Northeast Nigeria

‘Promoting Resilience and Peaceful Coexistence among Displacement Affected Communities in North East Nigeria’ project, funded by the European Union, is helping over 1,700 farmers to grow their own food. 


A smile of joy and satisfaction lit up his face as Tijani Mohammed spreads out stalks of millet harvested from...

Training on Early Warning and Early Response (EWER) procedures facilitated by five Government Security Agencies in Hurda community, Mubi North LGA, Adamawa State. November 2018Danish Refugee Council
NEWS | 08 January 2019

Bridging the Divide Between Communities and Police in Northeast Nigeria

The violent conflict in Northeast Nigeria has caused one of the most severe crises in the world, with over 7.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance today. Since 2009, more than 20,000 people have been killed, thousands of women and girls abducted, and thousands of children drafted into non-state...