"It’s frightening to know that unexploded bombs are still found in our village after so many years", said Dinh Thi Linh. NPA and Project Renew discovered 145 explosive remnants in the area.
Educating children and adults in preparation for war and conflict. “Unfortunately, this training is very necessary. We hope it will save lives,” explains Henriette Westhrin, Secretary General of Norwegian People’s Aid.
The following statement was approved on the 1st of June 2018 by the board of Norwegian People’s Aid in support of the Palestinian people.
Today, the Israeli government published a report calling on the European Union to cut funding to more than a dozen organisations that are critical to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.
Since the demonstrations in Gaza started on 30 March, 97 people have been killed and 12,271 (including several hundred children) have been injured. On behalf of NPA members and employees, Secretary General Henriette Killi Westhrin of Norwegian People's Aid conveys her condolences to the families of the killed Palestinians.
A strange object on the ground attracted the two young boys attention. As with all children, they were curious.
Quang Tri province, Vietnam: NPA are working to rid village of unexploded ordnance.
NPA seeks consultancy for evaluation of civil society programme in South Sudan.
Norwegian People's Aid has signed a three-year agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the protection of civilians against explosive weapons.