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"Inequality kills"

The new Oxfam Report "Inequality Kills" describes how inequality in the world has accelerated enormously during the pandemic the last two years. NCA believes the report should be a wake-up call for all politicians.

New report- Norway can contribute to fair tax systems

Eight Nordic organizations, including NCA, are behind the new report "Quality Tax Aid", which raises questions about whether tax assistance channelled through multinational channels achieves the goals and is well enough sharpened.

NCA & the World Food Programme

The Nobel Peace Prize has over the past two years highlighted two important issues that NCA works with every single day: hunger, and the freedom of expression.

Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) in Emergency

NCA South Sudan has kicked-off the first Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) pilot project ever in Country Office in Gumuruk. The project is integrated with Emergency WASH and GBV projects as an approach to provide Hygiene and dignity items to conflict...

We need to talk about menstruation and toilets

Access to safe toilets and Menstrual Hygiene Management is fundamental to education, economy, health and human rights. It is crucial to uphold human dignity. We need to address that 1,7 billion people don´t have access to a safe toilet, and that millio...

1.7 billion

Not having access to a safe & hygienic toilet increases the risk of disease, abuse and creates major challenges for girls and women who are menstruating.

The road from Glasgow

An important milestone has been reached, but what happens on the way forward from Glasgow will determine whether the world achieves its goals of limiting global warming.

​Working to end GBV in a new way

South Sudan is the first Country Office to pilot NCA`s new Faith Actors Motivating Empowerment ("FAME") Toolkit! Learn more about this important new resource here.

Climate change hits some so much harder.

As the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) tok place last week, Changemaker`s new leader Naja Møretrø is in Glasgow to help challenge rich countries to step up and play their part.