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African countries ask for a UN Tax Convention. Photo: Silje Ander/Norwegian Church Aid. 

UN Tax Convention - Let’s make it happen!

African countries ask for a UN Tax Convention. Photo: Silje Ander/Norwegian Church Aid.  Inequalities spiralling upwards According to the World Bank we are seeing the biggest increase in global inequality and poverty since World War II [1] . Entire...

NCA granted NOK 137 million from the Nansen Programme

The war in Ukraine has had detrimental knock-on effects on the humanitarian contexts in many countries. Thanks to new funding from the Norwegian Government, NCA can now help meet these needs in Ethiopia, Lebanon, Nigeria, Palestine and Somalia.

Tomorrow's Aid

Future aid must be innovative to address global challenges.  Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) is an important actor and a driver for change and development. Here are some examples how big and small changes and innovation can change lives.

NCA organised and co-hosted a side event called "Between Taboos and Freedom: Religion, Rights and Reproductive Justice ". Haldis Kårstad, Senior advisor health. Photo: Stephen John Mallon. 

​NCA at the Population and Development Commission

NCA participated in this year's Population and Development Commission both through the official Norwegian delegation and through the delegation to ACT. NCA's Senior Advisor for Health, Haldis Kårstad, was a member of the Norwegian delegation and the AC...

Vidar Helgesen, chair of the committee, hands the report to Dagfinn Høybråten, secretary general of the Norwegian Church's Aid. He receives the report on behalf of the 6 humanitarian organizations that have appointed the committee. Photo: Lucian Muntean / Norwegian Church Aid.

New Report:If Not Norway, Then Who?

On Monday 24th April, a new expert committee launched the report "If not Norway, then who?". The report looks at new sources of climate finance and how both public and private capital can ensure increased international funding for climate action.

Picture showin what is happening in Sudan

NCA’s operations in Sudan are currently suspended

On Saturday April 15th, a power struggle broke out between the army and the paramilitary group Rapid Support Forces (RSF). NCA has been present in Sudan for 50 years with programs in many places in the country. Due to the fighting in the country, we ha...

Patson Mangchinje.

- I was lying in bed and heard the house crack

- Suddenly, our whole village began to sink, without anyone realizing what was happening. Then it turned out that the bigger the underground mine got, the more the houses started to collapse, says Patson Mangchinje.

Ruth Nayamg, coordinator of the One Stop Centre in Samfya.

- At first, I couldn't stop crying

Battered women, and children who have been raped, are examples of the clientele that the manager of the GBV One Stop Centre in Samfya, Zambia regularly helps. But Ruth Nayamg chooses to focus on everything she can change, and all the lives they save.