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Earthquake in Afghanistan

NCA is currently working to get an overview of the extent of the damage and looking at how we can best respond with humanitarian aid to the earthquake victims in Afghanistan.

This is how NCA work in disasters

When disaster strikes, we depend on having the means to act quickly. Thanks to the support from donors and partners, we are prepared to travel at short notice when we see a need that should be addressed.

After the floods

For a long period, NCA has been working with farmers in Malawi to make them more resilient to climate change. This has been more important than ever after the floods.

Fled for their lives

Larisa, Aleksei and their daughter Kristina (15) had to flee their hometown Kharkiv due to the heaving bombing. They are now at the refugee center in Berehove, close to the border with Hungary, which is runned by NCA and our local partner.

The food crisis is spreading

As the war between Ukraine and Russia continues, grain warehouses, mills, refineries, and fertilizer depots are being emptied. Country after country now reports a dramatic price increase for the goods they need most to survive.

Ending FGM and child marriage in Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, NCA and its partner the Ethiopian Orthodox Church- Development and Inter Church Aid Commission is working to end female genital mutilation (FGM) using a indigenous community-based structure.

New UNDP funded project in Afghanistan

NCA Afghanistan has successful secured 13 mill USD from UNDP for a 12-month resilience project tailored to meet local communities' needs in the current dire situation

"Our Peace is my Future”

NCA Tanzania recently organised a "Youth Caravan" to amplify the important role that young people have to play in promoting peace and social cohesion in the Zanzibar archipelago.