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The Dutch Red Crescent Society is a volunteer humanitarian non-governmental organization that support the role of official authorities in peace and war times. It was founded in 2016 and is working on the international recognition of its accession to the International Federation of Red Crescent and Red Cross.

Our goals are health education and awareness and to provide relief to people affected by various disasters. We develop projects for the benefit of the most persons in need for help, such as widows, orphans, the elderly and people with special needs.

Attracting talent for volunteer work.

Definition of the principles of humanitarian law.

Strengthening the role of the Society in the areas of humanitarian work locally.
Support the role of the Society in the areas of humanitarian work internationally.
Promoting and establishing a culture of volunteerism to increase the role of individuals and institutions in the community volunteer work.
Maintaining Human Resources and development in support of its role in the areas of humanitarian work.
Human Capacity Development in order to achieve the readiness to respond to the calls of humanity
Continuous improvement to upgrade assembly services and achieve excellence
Our role

The Society works to support public authorities in a time of peace and war, in accordance with Article 26 of the First Geneva Convention of 1949
In peace time

Organizing awareness programs and first aid, protection and control of epidemics and attention to social issues and providing various humanitarian assistance to vulnerable and needy groups and victims of accidents and disasters
In wartime.

Transporting the wounded and their treatment and help the prisoners within the scope of the Geneva Conventions.
Provide relief and first aid for victims.
The protection of civilians and sheltering the displaced and stranded.
Tracing and reunification of separated families