CORDAIDCatholic Organization for Relief and Development Aid
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There Isler learned that Cordaid works closely with the villagers to tackle climate problems and environmental risks, and the impact on their livelihoods.
When I started working for Cordaid, a Catholic development and relief organization, I visited many countries where Catholicism has a more prominent position in the hearts and minds of people than it does in my country.
The list includes names like Cordaid from the Netherlands and Trocaire from Ireland.
To download the report, click Signatory organisations: APRODEV, Broederlijk Delen (Belgium), Caabu (UK), CCFD - Terre Solidaire (France), Christian Aid (UK and Ireland), Church of Sweden, Cordaid (Netherlands), DanChurchAid (Denmark), Diakonia (Sweden), International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), FinnChurchAid (Finland), ICCO (Netherlands), IKV Pax Christi (Netherlands), Medical Aid for Palestinians (UK), medico international (Germany), medico international switzerland, The Methodist Church in Britain, Norwegian People's Aid, Norweigan Church Aid, Quaker Council for European Affairs, Quaker Peace and Social Witness (UK), Trocaire (Ireland)
The NGO coalition includes Broederlijk Delen (Belgium), Christian Aid, Church of Sweden, Cordaid (Netherlands), Norwegian Church aid, International Federation for Human Rights and Finnchurchaid (Finland) among others.
(4.) See Action Aid, Afghanaid, CARE, Christian Aid, Cordaid, Danish Committee for Aid to Afghan Refugees (DACAAR) International Rescue Committee, Marie Stopes international, Oxfam International, Save the Children UK, and Caught in the Conflict: Civilians and International Security Strategy in Afghanistan, briefing paper prepared for NATO summit, April 2009,
- Cordaid an international NGO intends to invest in reconstruction of fully damaged schools in District Shangla.
Cordaid of the Netherlands and Catholic dioceses and associations in Germany have contributed 120,000 euros ($170,000) to help launch the university and provide scholarships.
Relief partner organisations which have received funds or are in the process of receiving imminent support include Acted, ActionAid, Concern, Cordaid, Danish Church Aid, Hope87, International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC), International Organisation for Migration (IOM), International Rescue Committee (IRC), Merlin, Oxfam and Save the Children.
On August 6 2010 the Jakarta Post reported that Cordaid, a Dutch funding agency, was banned from operating in West Papua.