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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
This week a statement signed by 154 religious leaders from different faith groups has been handed over to the Executive Director of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Christiana Figueres.
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) has granted 288.074 CHF to DCA’s programme in Myanmar. The grant supports DCA’s work improving the safety of people affected by the danger of landmines/ERW and the living conditions of the victims in South-East Myanmar (Kayin and Kayah States).
Network Activities Group (NAG) receives ASEAN’s Leadership Award on Rural Development and Poverty Eradication 2015.
The newly introduced nutritious and stress tolerant crop, quinoa, is doing well in Ethiopia. The crop, still on trial at research and farmers field, has shown a great potential. Dan Church Aid Ethiopia is working with Ethiopian Agricultural Research Institute (EIAR) to release the variety in the country.