In the wake of severe drought this year and with heavy rain predicted in the next weeks, work has begun on a European Union funded EUR 1 million project to boost disaster resilience in Cambodia.
© Yilmaz Polat
During the DCA’s Annual Assembly 2017 Mr. Surya Bahadur Thapa from Nepal and Mr. Kassa Tesfa Sisay from Ethiopia received DCA’s new “Humanitarian Award” for their “magnificent contribution to our work for the poorest people in the World”. With the award follows 25.000 DKK.
The European Union (EU) and Myanmar have entered the final negotiations on an Investment Protection Agreement.
The Horn of Africa is once again hit by drought. It is not the first time but this time it is critical.
Ten humanitarian relief workers from DanChurchAid, who have been helping the destitute people of Syria, have been detained and interned in Gaziantep in the Southern part of Turkey by Turkish authorities.
© Diminic Atambo
DCA facilitated Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) measures done 2 years ago stands out in the current drought in Turkana County - Kenya
The forests of Myanmar are important and a valuable resource – for commercial investors and for the communities living off the land. Unfortunately a lot of logging today is done illegally and a lot of timber is taken out of the country illegally, thereby cheating the state and communities of important income.
© Francis Botha, DCA
The Service is required for EUAID Volunteers ACTing against disaster risks project an intervention supported by DG ECHO. The expected start date is 1 April 2017 and the contract will run until 15 September 2018.
In January 2017, a team of external evaluators carried out the end of project evaluation of the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) project implemented in partnership with DCA from April 2015-April2016. The overall objective was to gather organisational learning from the response
DCA-NCA Joint Country Programme Myanmar 2017-2021