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We want to share a story from Ghana. It is about how more than forty years ago our member organisation ADRA laid the foundations for a small vocational school that has today grown into a thriving university.
Hanna Toorell, Desk officer
Children’s rights are a recurring theme in the final reports we have read for 2020. Hanna Toorell talks in her column about how some of our partners work to strengthen children’s rights over time.
During three highly appreciated days, Illiasou Adamou from Niger taught the art of conducting both development but above all humanitarian projects in line with Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS).
We invite our member organisations to a day were we talk about the heart of mission – about what we put into the concept of holistic mission and how we can work ecumenically to learn from each other.
Many are disappointed after this week’s International Donors’ Conference for Yemen. Our member organisations ADRA and PMU’s local partners work in Yemen.
Matilda Pearson, Communications, press officer
An external evaluation concludes that our international work to promote religious freedom for all is very successful.
Every year, the Nordic Mission Councils meet for exchange of experience and networking. This year, it was naturally done digitally, which also enabled more people to participate.
Over 100 participants logged on to “SMC Network Inspirational Day” – our international and digital adaptation of the annual membership days.
An evaluation of our special investment in resilience 2017-2021 shows that the initiative has promoted collaborations in our network and that the concept of “resilience” is valuable for putting into words a work that is already being done, often linked to the nexus issues.
A book about the Bible and the climate revolutionized her way of thinking. Since then, Dr. Ruth Valerio has devoted her life to climate change. At our annual membership days in February, she is one of the keynote speakers.