DanChurchAid is clearing an important natural environment of land mines under the supervision of Lebanon Mine Action Center and funded by the local BLOM bank
DanChurchAid is celebrating a good result in the annual fundraising campaign.
The Common Humanitarian Fund’s (CHF) new donation of USD 200,829 will enable DanChurchAid (DCA) to continue its support for the free and safe movement of civilians and humanitarian actors in South Sudan.
Libyans are working hard to build a new society after the overthrow of Gaddafi, but the authorities often lack the skills to ensure the security of the population in the aftermath of the war.
Men now treating women as equals in Ntchisi after gender training
Sofus the teddy bear is the main character in a Danish TV-show for children. He recently visited one of DanChurchAid’s projects in Honduras and later this year he will visit us in Nepal
Disaster Risk Reduction is an important part of the DCA country programme in Myanmar. The poorest people are often the most vulnerable when disaster strikes.
In Tripoli, the grassroots organization Flame of the Capital wants to build the Libyan youth a better future. Their tools are walls, paint, and brushes.
DanChurchAid Risk Education Team protects vulnerable internally displaced people who fled their homes during the recent outbreak of fighting in South Sudan
Libyan women took part in the revolution on equal terms with men, but today they are kept out of politics in the country, a new study finds.