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12 Apr 2017 | Mission East

Minister: Cooperation is beautiful

Through local knowledge and know-how, organisations like Mission East can gain better access to some areas than government representatives. In turn, the Danish authorities can contribute financially. According to the Minister for Development Cooperation, Ulla Tørnæs, this is a unique form of cooperation.

By Svend Løbner, Journalist

12 Apr 2017 |

Mission East makes a difference in Mosul

Managing Director Kim Hartzner visited Iraq in March together with Christina Egelund, spokesperson on political affairs for one of the governing parties in Denmark, Liberal Alliance. Meeting Mission East beneficiaries made a strong impression on both of them.

By Svend Løbner, Journalist, and Kim Wiesener, Communications Officer

12 Apr 2017 |

When fear takes hold of your body

Samira’s story gives a unique insight into the situation of Iraqi IDPs. Fear is the predominant feeling, and requirements for the future are modest. Samira and her family had to endure IS abuse for two years. Now they live in an IDP camp where they have received mattresses from Mission East.

By Svend Løbner, Journalist

Fear has taken hold of Samira’s body. The 25-year old mother escaped with her husband and children from the cruel regime of Islamic State and now live in a tent in Daquq IDP Camp outside Kirkuk in Iraq.

2 Mar 2017 | Mission East

”You are ready to move – also for the long haul”

NGOs like Mission East are very much needed in a future with climate change and overpopulation, says former Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Per Stig Møller.

By Svend Løbner, freelance journalist

“Mission East has a broad agenda that covers emergency aid as well as long term development, e.g. road building in Afghanistan. You have a wide scope that enables you to react quickly, but also engage in long-lasting and long-term work. This is quite unusual for such a young organisation,” Per Stig Møller noted recently.

”You can never go far enough”

The Mission East Country Director for Nepal realises that it can be expensive to work in the most remote parts of the country. But it is also necessary, he says, given that Mission East aims to reach the most vulnerable.

By Kim Wiesener, Communications Officer

When Patrick Sweeting began to visit Nepal’s remote Karnali Region to inspect Mission East projects, he quickly understood that you must go the extra mile to find the most vulnerable people.

The boy Ram now lives in dignity

A blind Nepalese boy was forced to live in a cowshed. Now Ram is flourishing at a home that is run by Mission East’s partner organisation, HEAD Nepal.

By Patrick Sweeting, Mission East Country Director, Nepal

Ram Banadur Shahi, a six-year old boy, was not born blind, but he was born poor. As the youngest son of a poor farmer in the mountainous and arid region of Humla District in western Nepal, he could have expected a hard life, but nobody could have predicted the terrible fate that awaited him.

Achievements in 2017

Disability and inclusion
9.890
people
Disaster Risk Reduction
129.819
people
Emergency relief
199.237
people
Food Security
38.386
people
Livelihoods
26.181
people
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
127.073
people

Creating a Safe Space

Health services for refugees

Improving WASH and Food Security

Standing Strong

Needs of Internally Displaced Persons

Emergency Response, Recovery and Returns

Bringing People Back Together

Relief, Rehabilitation and Development

Drought in Afghanistan

Brighter Future

New Ways to Grow

Gender Justice

Reducing hunger

Response to HIV Epidemic

Together 4 Armenia

Equality for All

Living Together, Learning Together

Improvement Project

Social Services 4 Inclusion

Fostering Communities