Refugees of the Year 2020 have been announced!

The Finnish Refugee Council has chosen a family worker from Helsinki, Farhia Abdi, as the ...

The Finnish Refugee council supports NGOs in Finland and Myanmar: an effective civil society strengthens democracy

The Finnish Refugee Council supports the civil society in all of its countries of operation, ...

How the coronavirus epidemic affects FRC’s activities

Published on 16/3/2020, last updated on 12/5/2020   Based on latest information regarding the coronavirus ...

Strong, brave and indispensable – celebrating woman humanitarians on World Humanitarian Day

Every day a quarter of a million women humanitarians improve the lives of victims of ...

Finnish Refugee Council receives the ECHO-partnerships recognition

On World Humanitarian Day, we are excited to announce that the Finnish Refugee Council (FRC) ...

Uganda’s Refugee Woman of the Year 2019 is Solange Mukanlambara

The Finnish Refugee Council, UNHCR and the Ugandan Office of the Prime Minister have named ...

Literacy is vital for refugee mothers

Literacy alleviates the lives of refugees in a foreign country. Uganda hosts currently more than ...

Congolese refugees have experienced unimaginable horror

Katabuku’s brother was killed and his niece was raped. Neema’s father and siblings drowned on ...

Uganda’s Refugee Woman of the Year 2018 is Congolese Tamari Mutesi

28-year-old Tamari Mutesi has been a refugee since 1997. She was born in North Kivu, ...