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After 10 years in Darfur Norwegian Church Aid and partners now renew our engagement in the region. "Needs are still massive”, says General Secretary of NCA Anne-Marie Helland.
This is a picture special which shows some of our work during the last ten years in Darfur.
NCA and other ACT Alliance members are scaling up the response to the escalating humanitarian crisis across South Sudan in a race against time before the onset of the rainy season.
The struggle to make poverty history must be fought on many fronts simultaneously. NCA has three main working methods: long-term development work, emergency preparedness and response, and advocacy.
ACT Alliance member Norwegian Church Aid is rooted in the Christian faith. We support those who need it most, irrespective of gender, political conviction, religion and ethnic origin.
The sale of weapons to Israel and other countries in war is prohibited according to Norwegian law. Yet Norwegian arm producing companies, partly owned by the state of Norway, sell weapons to Israel through foreign companies. Thus Norwegian weapons may have ended up affecting innocent people in Gaza.
After 10 years NCA and partners now renew our Darfur programme. "Needs are still massive and funding is declining", says General Secretary of NCA Anne-Marie Helland.
Norwegian Church Aid is hosting Norway's national broadcaster's telethon next year.
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