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International Rescue Committee

Constituency: NGO
Address: 122 East 42nd Street 12 floor
New York
NY 10168
Country: United States of America

About us

The International Rescue Committee (IRC), founded in 1933, delivers essential humanitarian services to conflict-impacted communities while also providing capacity building and services in post-conflict societies making the transition to sustainable peace and development. The IRC is at work today to restore safety, dignity, and hope in over 40 countries and 22 US cities. For the millions uprooted by oppression and violent conflict, and others struggling to endure and recover from their impact, the IRC leads the way from harm to home.

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Resources in the Humanitarian Evaluation and Learning Portal (HELP)

Show all from this year... 2017 (19 resources)

Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF): Basic Needs Gender Analysis Report 2017

United Nations (UN) and Partners Humanitarian Response for Syrian Refugees in Jordan

Show all from this year... 2016 (20 resources)

Show all from this year... 2015 (20 resources)

Akkar Business Climate Assessment

October 2015 - Lebanon

Brief: Urban Response Practitioner Workshop

Meeting Needs in a Context of Protracted Urban Displacement in the Middle East and North Africa

Failing Syria

Assessing the impact of UN Security Council Resolutions in protecting and assisting civilians in Syria

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