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Equitable distribution of power and resources

Norwegian People's Aid works in partnership with local organizations. The aim is to strengthen their ability and to fight for a more equitable distribution of power and resources in their communities.

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First to arrive with emergency aid to Mosul

As areas of Mosul are liberated from ISIS control, Norwegian People’s Aid partner organisations are the first to arrive with emergency aid.
28.02.2017 | Julie Offerdal

Community Centers offer support to survivors of sexual violence in Iraq

Three newly opened community centers in Iraq’s Kurdistan region offer support to Yezidie women that have survived abduction and sexual as...
30.09.2016 | Julie Offerdal

South Sudanese women crafting a future together

“The money I am earning here makes it possible for me to support my family. It takes away the feeling of death, or starving to death”, sa...
20.05.2016 | Julie Offerdal

News:

Slumdwellers activists threatened and killed in South Africa

Sunday March 26, a man was shot in Bhambayi, one of Durban's suburbs. He’s now admitted to hospital struggling for life. He was shot by a...
30.03.2017 | Torunn Aaslund

NPA partner receives international prize for trade union rights

The South African union CSAAWU has been awarded the Arthur Svensson International Prize for Trade Union Rights for 2017. NPA welcomes thi...
24.03.2017 | Julie Offerdal

First to arrive with emergency aid to Mosul

As areas of Mosul are liberated from ISIS control, Norwegian People’s Aid partner organisations are the first to arrive with emergency aid.
28.02.2017 | Julie Offerdal