As DanChurchAid’s Patron, H.R.H. Princess Marie has been in Myanmar to put focus on poverty reduction.
The Myanmar Humanitarian Fund (MHF) under OCHA has awarded USD 141,696 in support of DCA’s work providing mine risk education and victim assistance to communities living in landmine-contaminated areas in Shan State, Myanmar.
With a donation of EUR 24,979 from The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DCA and Aktis Strategy have, on October 13-14, delivered an expert workshop that has improved the linkages between Civil Society Organisations working for Libyan women’s empowerment and the Libyan decision makers, thus increasing the political involvement of women.
On October 15th, Pastor Christian Balslev-Olsen, MDiv, one of Denmark’s most respected and experienced development personalities, returned to Denmark to retire from the job as DanChurchAid’s Country Director in Zimbabwe
On September 15, the Ambassador of the Netherlands to Lebanon, Her Excellency, Mrs. Hester M.J. Somsen and Defence Attaché Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Mezger visited DCA’s Mine Action Programme in South Lebanon. The Ambassador was accompanied by representatives from the Lebanese Mine Action Center and the Regional Mine Action Center.
Millions of people are suffering from the drought in Ethiopia. That is going to be one of the greatest challenges Cecilie Winther has to tackle as DanChurchAid’s new Country Director
DanChurchAid (DCA) has received a new grant of USD 650,000 from the South Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) for a project aiming at reducing threats to civilians from landmines and other Explosive Remnants of War (ERW).
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After a two year break in our work in Libya, DanChurchAid will, with support from the Dutch government, be able to resume the clearance of potential fatal mines and ammunition in the unrestful country
Almost nine years ago, a UN climate summit was held in Bali. It was acknowledged that climate change is a global challenge, and that we only can ensure a transition to a green and sustainable development, if all countries commit to take action. It was decided to develop a global climate change agreement, to promote this global cooperation.
With a very generous donation of 1,170,266 USD, The U.S. Department of State’s Office for Weapons Removal and Abatement (PM-WRA) ensures DCA’s effort in clearing important agricultural areas of cluster munitions and other explosive remnants of war (ERW).