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Norwegian Refugee Council

68, Than Lwin Road, Bahan
Phone : 01-501808
Fax : 01-501808
Email : cd@myanmar.nrc.no, fam@myanmar.nrc.no
Website : www.nrc.no

Head’s Name

Mr. Christopher Michael Bleers

Name of Contact Person

Daw Su Su Ohn

Started in the Country

Sep, 2008

Total Number of Staff

National (42), International (3)

Sector of Work

cyclone resistant shelter, primary school, rural health service center

Background Information

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC with Head Office in Oslo, Norway, is a non-governmental, humanitarian organization with more than 60 years of experience. Currently operating in 20 countries, program activities include Camp Management, Education, Food Security and Distribution, Shelter, Information, Counseling and Legal Assistance.

Vision/Mission

to provide internal motivation for the members of the staff. It communicates that the members of the organization believe in the goals and achievements of the NRC, and confi rms their ability and willingness to work for concrete results. At the same time, it obligates all personnel to achieve results, to prove that a concerted effort can make a difference for refugees, for each other and for the world at large.

Main Objective

“The NRC shall promote and protect the rights of all people who have been forced to fl ee their countries, or their homes within their countries, regardless of their race, religion, nationality or political convictions.”

Main Program/Activities

Delivery of Durable Shelter, Permanent Schools and Rural Health Service Center to South East Areas and Delta IDPs of the Protracted Crisis in Myanmar

i. Location

Labutta, Myeik, Mawlamyine

ii. Time & Duration

Labutta (from 2008 to now), Myeik and Mawlamyine (from 2010 to now)

iii. Target Benefi ciaries

people who have been forced to fl ee their countries, or their homes within their country, due to war or confl ict

iv. Main Sources of Funding

Norway Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Swedish International Development Association, Department for International Development (UK)

Created Date
19 Dec 2012