DanChurchAid (DCA) works with an integrated approach, linking humanitarian response, long-term development and advocacy.
DanChurchAid’s international work focuses on five programme types, all linked to DanChurchAid’s concept of diakonia and development principles, and in accordance with HAP Principles.
- Political Space
- Food Security
- Humanitarian Response
- Humanitarian Mine Action (incl. HMA operational staff)
Latest from DanChurchAid (DCA)
Aug 19, 2014
19 August 2014 - Transforming a minefield into a playground was a proud moment for DCA mine clearance officer Marysia Zapasnik. We honour Marysia and the thousands of other aid workers in the field this World Humanitarian Day
Aug 08, 2014
8 August 2014 - Poor, oppressed and illiterate. Silent, hesitant and timid – especially when their husbands were around. That is what life was like for most of the women in the small Lenca Indian village Río Grande. But a women’s project, supported by DCA, helped change their living conditions. We tell their story for world Indigenous People’s Day, August 8
Jul 18, 2014
18 July 2014 - Many people of Gaza are trapped in their homes, says DCA employee in Gaza, who is hiding indoors with his frightened family
Jul 14, 2014
14 July, 2014 - Thousands of volunteers came forward immediately after super typhoon Haiyan caused chaos in November last year. Zenaida A. Calzada, 27, was one of them.
Jul 11, 2014
11 July, 2014 - Tacloban is dejected and disconsolate. As in a criminal place in a bad American film, where even the sun doesn’t shine as brightly as in other places in the Philippines.