We know that only through multi-stakeholder partnerships can we solve forced displacement. The Danish Refugee Council offers bespoke partnership opportunities merging your company’s competencies and resources with our access and expertise to continuously find innovative solutions to solve the global displacement crisis.
A partnership with the Danish Refugee Council means working together with one of the world’s most recognized international displacement organisations, rated as the 3rd best NGO in the world. DRC was established in 1956, is present in displacement contexts in 40 countries and is a trusted UN partner, renowned for high quality, efficiency and transparancy. DRC is a CHR (Core Humanitarian Standards) certified organisation.
Below, please find examples of our unique partnership opportunities. If you wish to know more, don’t hesitate to get in touch through [email protected]
With support from IBM and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Danish Refugee Council has developed Foresight - an innovative, analytical software. Through predictive analyses of factors such as economy, conflict level, climate, governance and other data Foresight can forecast large-scale forced displacement allowing governments and humanitarian organisations to respond earlier and more efficiently.
Uganda is among the top refugee-hosting countries in the world. Here, the Danish Refugee Council and Grundfos cooperates in delivering better and more sustainable, solar powered water provision systems to refugees and host communities. It is a significantly cheaper, more sustainable and more climate-friendly approach than delivering water using tank trucks as we previously did.
In Jordan, the Novo Nordisk Foundation supports the Danish Refugee Council and four partner organisations in engaging at least 25,000 young Syrian refugees and vulnerable young Jordanians to build resilient futures for themselves and their communities through access to education and support to positive transition into adulthood. This is a flagship multi-stakeholder project bridging government, private sector companies, and civil society organisations to bring about sustainable solutions for young people in refugee settings.
In connection with DRC’s annual door-to-door collection in Denmark, HomeMate, a local catering firm, donated an entire day’s turnover in full to the DRC. By doing so, HomeMate made an important contribution to our fight for a better life for all displaced and offered their customers a different way to support an important cause.