Read the latest news from Norwegian Church Aid's worldwide activities.
"We are now able to grow more and a variety of vegetables and we're able to pay school fees for our grandchildren", says Eliko and Anna Mweetwa in Zambia.
"We made it! After a long and bumpy ride we finally reached an Arms Trade Treaty", says Hilde Wallacher, development advisor in Norwegian Church Aid.
As the international community marks World Water Day today, unequal access to clean water still remains one of the world’s biggest abuses of human rights and challenges to sustainable development –...
In a project launched in December 2012 with the Archdiocese of Lusaka in Zambia, the Joint Country Programme is working on economic empowerment within its vulnerable communities affected by HIV and...
Amongst nearly 430.000 refugees and internally displaced persons from Northern Mali, only about 2300 has returned.
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Violence against women causes more deaths than cancer, malaria, trafic accidents and war combined, and the costs related to gender-based violence are too big to ignore.
Norwegian Church Aid is sending a dedicated delegation to the annual meeting of the UN Commision on the Status of Women 4th – 15th March.
Each year, Norwegian Church Aid launches a fundraising campaign in the period before Easter. Together with churches around Norway, we collect money and also ask for signatures as part of a politica...
Norwegian Church Aid launches new project to improve access til quality health care. The project is widely supported by the Malawi Ministry of Health and the Norwegian Embassy.
The soon two year long civil war and intensified warfare makes the situation increasingly worse for civilians. «We face the worst humanitarian crisis in the world right now» says General Secretary...
Monday the 28th of January marked the opening of the two first “Bilka project” maternity clinics in the villages of Chiringa and Thembe in southern Malawi.
Norwegian Church Aid fear that civilians in North Mali are mistaken for rebel soldiers. We still have emergency aid projects running in several areas in the north.
In Thomassique, in east Haiti, Norwegian Church Aid partner GARR facilitates a conversation and teachings group for repatriated women, who get a new start of life.
In 36 years partner of Norwegian Church Aid, Social Mission of Haitian Churches (MISSEH) has operated the school La Prophetie. Since 2007 La Prophetie has been one of seven schools that have taught...
Norwegian Church Aid’s green schools in Haiti opreate on renewable energy from solar panels and a biodigester system, and at Bon Berger school they run a plant nursery to overcome challenges with...
Through the HERO program, pupils in Haiti teach each other about hygiene and how they can prevent infections from waterborne diseases.
In Hue City, Vietnam, NCA Vietnam has launched a campaign against plastic bags.
Heading into the coldest months of the winter, hundreds of thousands of Syrians are without shelter. Norwegian Church Aid is now sending in 83 tons of water equipment, tents, ovens and woolen...
NCA's annual Christmas campaign this year puts focus on Burma/Myanmar and presents partners and people in our projects to the Norwegian public.
Poverty, not food shortage, is the main reason for famine. Norwegian Church Aid and ten other organizations therefore advocate making it easier for poor farmers to earn money.
Last month General Secretary Anne-Marie Helland travelled to South Sudan to mark Norwegian Church Aid’s 40-year presence in the country.
The humanitarian situation in Goma, East Congo has continued to evolve over the last days and the humanitarian needs are increasing. Norwegian Church Aid intensifies the work to keep up with the...
Livelihood project in Palestine seeks to empower women through art. The “Diyar Art Centre” project enhances economic sustainability and gives Palestinian women a voice.
Many of NCA’s partners are engaged in the global ‘16 Days Against Violence’ campaign which runs from 25 November to 10 December.
The rise in human trafficking in Malawi has led to an increased number of calls to the National Child Helpline. Habiba Osman calls for government action and stronger law enforcement.
African faith leaders continue to fight for climate justice. - Those who believe we can despoil the earth without consequences are mistaken. More urgent action is needed, state Southern African fai...
With more than 200 delegates and speakers from 17 different countries the conference 7-8 November marks an important step forward to improve nurses training in Africa.
Norwegian Church Aid's partner of many years, Dr. Mukwege, was attempted murdered in hos own home last Thursday evening. He survived.
The first three of 15 planned maternity clinics are completed and mark a significant step to strengthen reproductive health and improve quality of life for the people in rural Malawi.