The DRC Humanitarian Response Roster (formerly the Member Roster) has been operating since 1991 and is comprised of more than 600 highly qualified experts, representing more than 70 nationalities with a variety of professional profiles and experiences.
Common to all members of the DRC Standby Roster is that they committed, professional and high-performing humanitarian workers ready to deploy to UN operations worldwide. The DRC Humanitarian Response Roster represents a broad variety of competencies, however with special focus on the following technical areas:
Membership and deployment through the DRC Humanitarian Response Roster offer extensive opportunities to make a difference in the lives of people in need. It holds both personal and professional challenges as well as a myriad of unique experiences.
As a member you will be eligible for the following:
The following qualifications and requirements are required for membership of the Humanitarian Response Roster:
Please see the recruitment page for more information about the requirements and recruitment procedure. All vacancies will be published on our website.
Accepting membership of the DRC Humanitarian Response Roster implies accepting the following obligations:
The DRC Humanitarian Response Roster has the right to exclude a member if qualifications no longer match the demands of the UN or DRC priorities or if performance during a DRC or any other partner agency deployment or training is not satisfactory.
The DRC Humanitarian Response Roster is funded by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Development Agency, Danida, and forms part of the Danish International Humanitarian Rosters, which consists of Rosters managed by the DRC, the Danish Red Cross, and the Danish Médecins Sans Frontiéres (MSF). The DRC Humanitarian Response Roster deployments are also financed by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, FCDO.
The DRC Humanitarian Response Roster supports several UN organizations. Currently, our partnership agreements are with UNHCR, WFP, OCHA, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP, FAO, and IOM.