Rape is a weapon of war

Gender based violence in war and conflict has been neglected for too long. But now, the international community can make an effort to stop this weapon. On 23 and 24 May, states, humanitarian agencies and civil society from all over the World will find solutions for how we together can fight gender based violence, and how we can help the survivors.

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How we work

Saving lives

The poorest are always hit the hardest in times of crisis. Many lives are lost each year due to the lack of clean water in emergencies. This is why we provide clean water first. Together we save lives and protect the vulnerable.

Changing lives

To be poor is to lack opportunity. But where there are challenges, we also find the best solutions. Permanent access to clean water is one of them. Together we can help people find their own way out of poverty.

Changing the world

Poverty is injustice. There is enough water, food and work for all, but global structures help keep the rich rich and the poor poor. Together we can advocate for change where decisions are made.

Global Results 2017

Partner with us

Private Individual Donors

We thank all our donors for joining us in the struggle for a just world! The donations make a difference to people’s lives.

International Donors

Our international donors include embassies, ministries of foreign affairs, foundations, international corporations and organisations. 


We have several business opportunities for contractors in the countries where we operate. 


We measure and evaluate the impact of everything we do

Local AND global network of churches and faith-based organisations

Our foundation in faith opens doors for dialogue around the world

IN TOTAL 90 % of income is channeled into change-bringing projects around the world

The rest is spent on fundraising and quality control

we make a difference

Our projects change the lives of millions of people worldwide every year. Here's just a glimpse of our achievements in 2017:

2,8 million

people were reached through humanitarian response.


children under five received healthcare.

2,8 million

people received access to clean and safe drinking water.


people have received hygiene training.


girls and women survivors of Gender-based Violence received medical and psychosocial treatment and care.


people have access to a safe toilet.


women established their own enterprise.


women developed their skills in conflict management training.


households were trained in agricultural practices better adapted to climate change.