© Tobias Selnæs Markussen
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.
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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).
© Kishor Sharma
Central Nepal was struck by a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake in April 2015.
Are there any benefits to the poor rural Malawian Population?
Christian Wolff, DCA Regional Programme Officer South Asia for Migrants’ Rights, is attending the UN High-Level Summit on addressing large movements of refugees and migrants today in New York.
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The Dutch government has granted 11.6 million euros to DCA's efforts to create security in four of the world's hotspots. It is the largest donation from an international donor in DCA history
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The Libyan children love Captain Saviour; a small cartoon character who tell them to stay away from weapons
The need for help to traumatised children in Libya is enormous, but fighting and a lack of stability make it difficult to reach people in need. DanChurchAid’s work with local organisations ensures that children can be helped after all
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It is not easy to run a farm in the small village of Bardala on the West Bank.