© Jesper Westley
An unique partnership between the Ministry of Health, Augusta Victoria Hospital, Juzoor for Health and Social Development, UNRWA, World Diabetes Foundation and DCA/NCA was launched yesterday in Ramallah
© Nikolaj Svennevig
A number of international NGO's are joint in condemning the attacks carried out on 25th of August and subsequent violence across northern Rakhine State in Myanmar
© Sushant Sharma/DCA
The flood survivors are slowly finding their way to normalize their daily life after a massive flood hit the Southern Plains of Nepal two weeks ago killing 157 people and affecting tens of thousands.
© Shreya Singh, DCA
DCA helps in providing sustainable livelihood solutions through a fish farm in the flood affected communities of far-west Nepal
© Ishwar Rauniyar
The launch of a 45 min long Radio Show in local language (Maithali) have brought flood survivors together to discuss their problems in Saptari district of South East Nepal
© Ishwar Rauniyar
A Lost Smile
Following the massive flood, thousands of people in Southern Nepal are going through a miserable life. Several governmental and non-governmental agencies, including DCA, are in the field to support these affected families and help them get over the difficulties they are facing.
© Nikolaj Søndergaard, DCA
For the 10th time, participants from all over the world gathered this summer in the small Danish town of Skive to participate in an intensive course on locating and disposing deadly bombs and ammunition (Explosive Ordnance Disposal - EOD).
© DanChurchAid
Dan Church Aid is one of 35 INGO's working in the Central African Republic that has signed a press release calling for an immediate ceasefire in the conflict affected country. The security situation is deteriorating and the civilian population is bearing the brunt of the violence
© Ishwar Rauniyar
Hundreds of women, men and children participated in a rally to celebrate declaration of “open defecation free” villages amid scorching heat, what they call for ‘honour’.
© Andreas Kiaby
Phaung Daw Oo is a monastic school network that reach thousands of children with care and education in Myanmar.