Kathmandu: DanChurchAid Nepal on Thursday organized an event to mark the 100th anniversary of the DanChurchAid working to save lives, build resilient communities, and fight extreme inequality worldwide.
The organization shared its next five years Country Programme Strategy (CPS) 2022-2026 at the event organized at the Nepal-based office. The event concluded with a gallery walk which comprised photos of all three thematic pillars of DCA.
In a program to mark the 100th anniversary of the organization, Manoj Bhatta, Member Secretary of the Social Welfare Council attended the event as a Chief Guest while the event was chaired by Marco Aviotti, Country Director.
DCA is an independent Danish humanitarian organization founded in 1922 which envisions promoting a world without hunger, poverty, destitution, and oppression, and building resilient communities and inclusive growth.
DanChurchAid Nepal is working on democracy and rights, disaster preparedness and risk reduction, the humanitarian response in both urban and rural, livelihoods focusing on market access and value chains, and access to services for vulnerable people with a special focus on climate change.