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Norwegian Church Aid Director in the department of International Programmes officially opens new NCA offices in Zambia.
Norwegian Church Aid Director in the department of International Programmes, Anne Kristin Sydnes officially opened the new NCA offices in Zambia on the 27th of October 2010.
Norwegian Church Aid has moved to new offices together with two other faith based organisations in Zambia namely; Dan Church Aid (DCA) and Christian Aid (CA).
Landmark in merger process
At the beginning of January 2011 the three organisations shall merge to form one organisation that shall …
Norwegian Church Aid has donated 140 000 NOK to assist the flooded regions of Zambia and Mozambique, and an engineer is now en route to Mozambique to assist the relief effort.
More than 100,000 people have lost their homes and over 60,000 have been placed in temporary accommodation as a result of widespread flooding in central and southern parts of Mozambique. The Mozambique national disaster management agency (INGC) has described this year's flooding as more comprehensive and destructive than usual, and has expressed concern that polluter water sources will cause …
This is a study of the impact of economic reforms on hunger-prone people in three of the world's poorest countries - Malawi, Zambia and Ethiopia. Its primary purpose is to assess whether food security has improved or worsened, and why.
These three states are among the large number of developing countries that have promoted extensive liberalization of their economies over the past 15 or so years, under the auspices of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.