The UK government’s Conflict, Security and Stability Fund (CSSF) has granted 540,336 GBP to DCA’s programme in Libya. The grant supports DCA’s work with strengthening the capacity of local civil society organisations to implement activities that promotes unity, dialogue, reconciliation and awareness of the political processes in Libya.
The approximately 6,500 kilometer long Pan African Cycling Caravan from Maputo to Nairobi will be launched on August 29 in the Mozambican capital, Maputo and pass through various African countries before finally arriving in Kenya.
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Nordic ACT members call for immediate response to the increasing refugee flow.
A Zambian church took advantage of a family in Solwezi by grabbing a piece of land from them. It was only after the intervention of DCA and ZLA that the family got back their land.
The SULTS project is aimed at empowering the poor and marginalised communities to hold local leaders accountable in administration of customary land.
DanChurchAid Ethiopia’s gender and HIV unit are working in collaboration to address communities’ health and gender issues in Goro and Berbere district
UNICEF has granted 87,087 USD to DCA’s Risk Education project in South Sudan. The project seeks to increase the children’s knowledge about landmines and other Explosive Remnants of War (ERW), and to educate local community focal points to remind the children of safety messages on a regular and sustainable basis.
The security situation has worsened dramatically because of the armed conflict in the country and attacks like this seems to getting more common.
57,000 earthquake-affected people will be able to complete their intermediate shelters and protect themselves from the monsoons.
DanChurchAid is cooperating with a South Sudanese pop group to spread important safety messages in the war torn country