Committee for Refugee Relief (CRR) is a French registered non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance on refugee issues and NGOs supporting refugees with strategy, advocacy, operations and policy advisory services.


The application of leading edge technologies to make direct and meaningful short and long-term impact to quality of life and dignity of refugees.

Capacity-building and
Technical assistance

NGOs consultancy through technical assistance, training or other best practices transfer for better outcomes for NGOs, local government and refugees.

The French Northern Coast, and in particular the region of the Hauts de France, has been dealing with the migrant crisis for decades.

In Calais and the greater area of Calais, the highest administrative court of France, the Conseil d’État, ruled on 31 July 2017, that the State has the obligation to provide an access to water and sanitation to migrants in Calais.

In Grande Synthe, the main camp La Linièrewas dismantled in April 2017 and the informal settlement in Puythouckwas evacuated on 19 September 2017.

Advocacy work with the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation, Mr. Leo Heller (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights).

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