Corporate Partners

Good corporate citizenship builds the foundations for more sustainable growth.

UNHCR Corporate Guidelines

UNHCR Corporate Code of Conduct

Report on meeting with Corporate Networking Group of Women's International Networking (WIN)

Report also available in French on UNHCR's French website here. Read more about the meeting here.

Nothing but Nets

A grassroots campaign run by the UN Foundation to combat malaria by distributing tens of thousands of specially treated mosquito nets. Malaria is a leading killer of children in Africa.


In partnership with Nike and Spanish football giants, FC Barcelona, a campaign to raise funds for education and sports projects in refugee camps through the sale of a special line of clothing.


An internet-based campaign to give millions of refugee children access to education, sport and technology. By supporting this programme, you can help refugee children enjoy their youth and give them an education that will improve their future chances.

The Nansen Refugee Award 2005

Burundian humanitarian worker Maggy Barankitse received the 2005 Nansen Refugee Award for her tireless work on behalf of children affected by war, poverty and disease. The Nansen medal was presented at a grand ceremony in Brussels by H.R.H. Princess Mathilde of Belgium and UN Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees Wendy Chamberlin.

Accepting the award, Barankitse said her work was inspired by one single goal: peace. "Accept your fellow man, sit down together, make this world a world of brothers and sisters," she said. "Nothing resists love, that's the message that I want to spread."

Sponsored by UNHCR corporate partner Microsoft, the ceremony and reception at Concert Noble was also attended by Belgium's Minister for Development Co-operation Armand De Decker, European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid Louis Michel, renowned Burundian singer Khadja Nin, Congolese refugee and comedian Pie Tshibanda, and French singer and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Julien Clerc. Among others.

The Nansen Refugee Award 2005