Kong Srey Nouch has learned to sew and works hard every day to be able to send her children to school. She wants them to get new skills and thereby a chance of a better life, as she did.
Hamda Hanani was the first women in her village to claim her inheritance right
WFP’s Logistics Help offers free shipping, storing and transport of emergency relief to the Nepali government and the many NGOs.
With responsibility for four orphans and her old mother-in-law, Oeuk Eang has a dire need of a home-based job. Being able to earn her living from home enables her to provide for her family.
When the Kyrgyz woman Alma Ziyaydinova got a stroke 11 years ago, no one imagined that it would eventually change her family’s life for the better.
To prevent outbreaks of infectious diseases in the wake of last month’s earthquake DanChurchAid and ACT partners are struggling to provide clean water and sanitation.
Dr. Tawfiq Nasser, the first Palestinian CEO of Augusta Victoria Hospital in East Jerusalem has died, 51 years old.
The DCA hosted ACT-CISU Climate Change Project wins the heart of Uganda media and the Church at launch in Kampala, Uganda.
Being the mother of a handicapped child gives rise to concerns – especially in Kyrgyzstan. We met Chynara, a mother of a handicapped boy, who has no savings to pay for treatments or a car to get him to the doctor. Recently she was granted a loan to buy 100 chicken.
The emergency work in Nepal continues. In this video Christian Wollf from DanChurchAid reports from Bhaktapur