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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.
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DCA has been implementing a three-year project in Lebanon entitled “DanChurchAid (DCA) Landmines and Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Operations in Central Lebanon – Lot 2”. This programme has included mine action and capacity building of national actors. The external evaluation will be conducted in August/September 2016. The three-year programme (1 July 2013 to 30 June 2016) received approval from the European...
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Two years after the last war in Gaza entire neighbourhoods remain cut off from water supplies, destroyed hospitals and clinics have not yet been rebuilt, and tens of thousands remain without a home.
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41 international NGOs operating in Cambodia appeal to the Cambodian Government to promote, protect, and respect the fundamental rights and freedoms of Cambodian people.
With the help of DCA and Lebanese authorities, Libyan deminers is taught how to clear their land of dangerous explosive remnants of war
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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.