Providing relief in Afghanistan's acute food crisis
Psychologist to the traumatized: “I believe in you!”
Activities in a safe environment work wonders
Managing Director: I am appalled by the inequality in Nigeria
'A privilege to be able to meet local needs'
Young girls are fighting climate change
Line loves to communicate and streamline
Afghanistan: Acute food crisis
Mission East in war-torn Iraq: Security above all
How a teenage group helped Binsa out of child marriage
World Environment Day 2022
Danish yazidi: The massacre is stuck in my head
Syria: Partnership strengthens relief work
Social entrepreneur: Children with disabilities must also be able to go to school!
"Becoming a mother connects you with the mothers of the world"
Armenia: Children with disabilities are given the opportunity to develop
'I want to lift the vulnerable out of poverty'
The Easter message of resurrection is seen in the survival of refugees
Ukrainian displaced people holding their breath: Should we stay or flee?
'Let’s help the mountain people of Nepal to mitigate climate disaster'
‘I want to awaken understanding and empathy for other cultures’
Dilorom works to help children and lift whole communities
Nayre checks that the money arrives
Ukraine: Active partners provide help quickly
Program manager: ‘There is always possibility for development’
Mission East helps thousands of Afghans in need
Anthony is cosmopolitan with a flair for economics
Ukrainian refugees are recovering in the Mission East-supported center
Ukrainians flee shelling and are received by Hungarian volunteers who work 20 hours a day to provide them with food, medicine and a place to rest. Betina Gollander-Jensen reports from a Mission East-supported center where the volunteers’ mood is high.
Mission East Managing Director Betina Gollander-Jensen is now at the Ukrainian-Hungarian border, where refugees are being given food, health checks and a place to sleep in a school that has been transformed into a refugee center.
Thousands of Ukrainians are now receiving vital help
Collection goes directly to Ukrainians in need through active local partner
New program director: 'I want to make sure things happen and that people are involved'
Mission East requests donations to help Ukraine
‘People with disabilities should be treated with respect’
Lalkaura was bullied because of her disability. But a self-help group gave her the knowledge and courage to protest and teach about human rights in the village. "All people have dignity," she says.
Discrimination is common in traditional societies such as the Nepalese. Women are often referred to hard housework. And people with disabilities are often bullied.
Mission East is helping thousands of displaced people in Nigeria
Jadeni became a leader and entrepreneur
Sana fights for women's rights in Iraq
Sana Basim is Mission East's Head of Programmes in Iraq. She is happy working for a flexible organization that helps women - irrespective of their religious affiliations and ethnic identities - to survive abuse and support themselves and their children.
Yazidi paintings show women's struggle for dignity
- It touches me deeply that the Yazidi women say stop the abuse. And that they have found dignity. This is what visual artist Karsten Auerbach says after seeing paintings by Yazidis during trauma treatment in Iraq.
Paralyzed baby learned how to stand, walk and grab
Little Madina was paralyzed as a result of a congenital brain injury, but rehabilitation at a Mission East-backed rehabilitation center in Tajikistan made her stand up and grab with her hands. Today she can put on clothes herself.
Bees help family survive economic collapse in Afghanistan
"When Rustaq fell into the hands of the Taliban, the bees became my only means of supporting my family," said Zaidulkhair, who had received training and equipment for beekeeping from Mission East.
I read an amazing story from our work in Afghanistan today. A story that shows how important it is to provide people with a livelihood by teaching them to grow crops and keep livestock - or that which the wonderful news today is about: beekeeping.
Afghan father: 'My wife is ill; now I can take her to the hospital'
Mission East provides cash assistance to thousands of vulnerable people in Afghanistan. One of the recipients is Anwar, who has lost a leg and has eight children to support.
In the midst of political uncertainty and changing Corona variants, Mission East is working hard to bring aid to the most vulnerable in Afghanistan.
"Can you really enjoy such a varied diet?"
Mission East teaches the Mara people in Myanmar to grow varied crops and prepare nutritious food. The activities create hope and shines a small light in a land overwhelmed by darkness.
You are what you eat. The well-known pun is also applicable in Myanmar. For here the Mara people in the Chin state eat mainly rice and are often unaware of the many nutrient-rich crops that can be grown or picked in the forest.
Women produce protection face-masks and form bonds of friendship in Aleppo
Meet five women who have now earned both their livelihoods and quality of life by working at a Mission-supported center.
Mission East is part of national tv-collection
Funds from the large-scale Danish Collection on January 29 will go to displaced and Corona-affected children in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk.
Help the children of the Corona crisis. This is the theme for this year's Danmarks Indsamling (Danish Collection), which culminates in a major TV show on the national television DR1 on Saturday evening, 29 January 2022.
Compassion is at the core of new strategy
Mission East has adopted a strategy towards 2030. Six strategic goals optimize and target efforts to meet the needs of vulnerable people in connection with the Corona pandemic, climate crisis and local development.
Nadia escaped after 16 months in “hell”
Here is the story of a 21-year-old woman who was captured by ISIS and used as a sex slave for almost a year and a half before she managed to escape. She survived but has had to live with violent trauma and is only now coming back to life with support from Mission East.
Chhaka is a climate champion
Chhaka is campaigning against use of plastic and deforestation in Nepal and pushing for local authorities to become better at preventing floods and landslides.
31-year-old Chhaka is energetic, social and good at campaigning. He has received an award for this from Mission East’s local partner in Nepal, KIRDARC.