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World Without Mines (Welt ohne Minen) has granted USD 55,212 to DCA’s Risk Education (RE) work in South Sudan. This allows DCA to give internally displaced people (IDPs), host communities and humanitarian workers a better understanding of explosive remnants of war (ERW) in order to protect themselves from death and injury.
DCA has received a grant of USD 249,716 from UNMAS (through UNOPS) for its Risk Education work in Libya. The grant supports DCA’s aim of increasing safety among vulnerable individuals living in some of the most explosive remnants of war (ERW) contaminated areas of North Eastern Libya.
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DCA acknowledges that supporting alternative media payoff in igniting people’s courage to do actions that matter.
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DCA Learning Lab is happy offer a basic photography course that aims to equip staff and volunteers in the humanitarian- and development sector to take better photographs when they travel.
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DCA Learning Lab is happy offer a basic photography course that aims to equip staff and volunteers in the humanitarian- and development sector to take better photographs when they travel.
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Maw Pray Myar is one of the most active team leaders for an important survey on Mine Risks conducted for the first time ever in three States and two Regions in Myanmar
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Strong support for national Syria fundraising campaign in Denmark
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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.
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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.