At present The European Commission is funding an innovative project run with DanChurchAid, Save the Children and Ground Truth Solutions to better understand people's needs and tailor the humanitarian response.
As part of the debate on how to implement the Sustainable Development Goals DCA’s General Secretary Birgitte Qvist-Sørensen was invited to the UN to talk about Wefood – DCA’s surplus foodstore and a practical example of how the world can combat food waste.
Mrs. Hang Chenda has been fighting for the right to her land for 19 years. Her story illustrates the hardship that the victims of land grabbing go through but also her remarkable spirit and resistibility.
South Sudanese music group Jay Family has created a song telling young people to leave weapons alone
The murder of Bertha Cáceres is one of the most alarming political assassinations in Central America in the past decade.
Several days after the opening of Wefood, Denmark's first shop selling surplus food items, people are still queuing up every afternoon at 3 pm when the shop opens.
HRH Princess Marie and the Danish Minister for Food and the Environment participated in the opening event
© 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