Mission East becomes strategic partner
Syrian refugees hit the bottom of Lebanese society
Joohi Haleem from Mission East has just returned from a visit to Lebanon, where she, among other things visited a camp where Syrian refugee families have lived for 10 years. They are now being helped to grow vegetables that can increase families' health and energy.
Mission East's program manager Joohi Haleem has just returned from a 10-day trip to Lebanon, where she oversaw Mission East's projects with program director Alexander Davey.
Afghans in crisis receive help to survive the winter
PRESS RELEASE: Mission East has just received over 23 million DKK from the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for emergency aid in northeastern Afghanistan and in the border area near Tajikistan. The help includes provision of food, winter equipment and protection of girls, women and minorities.
Modest efforts are yielding great results in Nepal
- I have not seen so drastic an increase in income elsewhere before! With so little input! Managing Director General Betina Gollander-Jensen has visited Nepal and seen the poor multiply their income with the help of knowledge and support from self-help groups.
Mission East distributes emergency aid in northeastern Afghanistan
Mission East has distributed blankets, soap and kitchen utensils to 412 displaced people in Takhar and Badakhshan provinces. 206 of the aid packages were distributed to mudslide victims in the Warduj district.
Since the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan in August, distress has escalated in the conflict-torn country. In addition to lack of money and supplies, the country has been hit by widespread drought, massive unemployment and a galloping Covid-19 pandemic.