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World Mental Health Day

The 10th of October every year we celebrate World Mental Health Day. Read about some of the work NCA is doing around this issue.

TELETHON PROGRAMME CAMPAIGN (TCP): Water for a million

In 2014 NCA received the funds from the NRK Telethon. Together with NRK, NCA broke the record and received the highest amount ever collected in the Telethon's history. The humbling amount of NOK 250 million made it possible for NCA to expand the planne...

Clear expectations for Norway's new leadership role

Norway, together with South Africa, has been given a leading role in Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator, a promising global collaboration to accelerate development, production and fair access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines. -...

Getting girls back to school

In close collaboration with our faith-based partners in Ntchisi, NCA are getting girls back to school, working to stop child marriage and raises awareness about HIV.

Beirut- On the verge of collapse

More than half of Beirut's population now lives below the poverty line. After the explosion, many are homeless, and the food shortage is huge. NCA works hard every day to meet major humanitarian needs

Corona pandemic is sweeping the globe

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has already made inroads into the world’s poorest countries. If not stopped, the consequences could be catastrophic. NCA is responding to the pandemic in many of these countries, focusing on protecting the most...

Rape is a weapon of war

Rape is used as a weapon in wars all over the World, but the perpetrators are rarely sanctioned.

More than 200 million women

No religion supports the practice of genital mutilation in their writings. Rather, both the Q​​ur'an and the Bible emphasis​e that all human beings are created​ in the image of God. Yet hundreds of thousands are mutilated each and every year.