© Hilina Abebe /Norwegian Church Aid
Without waste management, latrines, access to safe water and promotion of good hygiene, a crowded refugee camp will result in the rapid spread of disease.
UNICEF has granted USD 313,853 to support DCA’s efforts to standardise and improve Mine Risk Education (MRE) at a national level.
© Kim Karina Kaagaard Kristensen / DCA
Some areas of South Sudan are littered with explosive remnants of war but local volunteers help to prevent accidents
In response to the devastating earthquakes in Nepal of 25th April and 12th May 2015, the consortium of ACT Alliance members DCA, CA, LWF and ICCO are launching the Nepal Earthquake Recovery Project (NERP) with funding support from ECHO.
The World’s poorest severely hit by the Danish National Budget 2016 and more cutbacks are expected
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© Tinbit Amare Dejene/DCA
A new fresh food voucher system introduced in Ethiopia is benefiting 3,000 South Sudanese refugee families in Tierkidi camp in Gambella.
DCA used Hello Paisa (‘Hello Money’) mobile e-vouchers to deliver cash quickly to beneficiaries in remote locations.
Many people in Myanmar have to fight for the right to their land. The government frequently claims pieces of land without an explanation. An EU-funded project implemented by DanChurchAid and local partners helps changing this by making people capable of fighting for their rights.
The residents of Dhadacha Farda Kebele used to migrate in search of water, but for two years now they have not needed to leave their home area