Danish Refugee Council

Danish Refugee Council
Acronym: DRC
Founding Year: 1956
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The Danish Refugee Council began operating in Lebanon in 2004. Since then, the organization

has partnered with local and international NGOs to implement different programs that followed the

country’s needs. Today, DRC’s main focus is on assisting those affected by the Syrian crisis, including

refugees and members of the hosting communities. DRC also provides assistance to Palestinian

refugees, migrant domestic workers and women at risk.

DRC currently addresses the needs of four displaced population groups, as well as the affected

Lebanese communities:

- Syrian refugees fleeing the ongoing conflict in Syria

-Palestinians fleeing the ongoing conflict in Syria

-Palestinians who have fled from Palestine in 1948

-Migrant Domestic Workers and Women at risk

Office location: Fifth Floor Aresco Center , Justinian Street
Area: Sanayeh
City: Beirut
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Contact information
Tel: +961 (0)1 736987 / 738289
Fax: +961 (0)1 736987
Contact person
Olivier Beucher
Country Director
+961 (0)1 736 987