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Annual Report 2009

Mission East Annual Report 2009

In the area of public health, 2009 saw the beginning of an exciting new project in Armenia, with Mission East selected to lead the response of 11 national NGOs engaged in addressing the increasing threat that HIV/AIDS represents to this developing nation.

Autumn 09

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83% of all victims of natural disasters live in the East. In this magazine you can read about how Mission East works to prevent the devastating effect that floods, earthquakes, mudflows etc. have on the most vulnerable in Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Nepal.

Spring 09

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Raj and Radka are newcomers at the orphanage in southwest Nepal. Read about how solving their hunger is no longer their responsibility. You can also learn about how cows in Afghanistan help with the cooking in the kitchen.

Annual Report 2008

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In 2008 Mission East significantly expanded its presence in Nepal. Read about that and among other things the 16 newly created women's Self Help Groups in Afghanistan.

Autumn 08

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After two years in Armenia, Managing Director Kim Hartzner is returning home to Denmark with his family. In this magazine you can read about his personal encounter with some of the disabled and socially vulnerable children in the country and about the effort to provide them with basic rights such as education and health care.

Spring 08

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"We had no idea, why our children were dying," explains 30-year-old Quarban Gul in this issue of the magazine. Like in so many other poor villages in Afghanistan, the 320 villagers in her village used dirty water for cooking and drinking. Their sanitation conditions were very poor and children and adults were constantly ill. Every year they had to spend a lot of money ontreatment.

Autumn 07

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Mission East arrived in Tajikistan in 1997 - ten years ago this autumn - as the first Danish aid organisation. What started out as tons of emergency aid has become long-term assistance. Some of the country's poorest are now able to take care of themselves because of new knowledge about things like farming and food preservation.

Spring 2007

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600 handicapped children are left out of the school system in the poor Gegharkunik region of Armenia. In Armenia where people with handicaps or learning difficulties are wieved as having less potential than others it can be hard to convince parents that their handicapped children need to go to school. Surveys show that at least 700 children in the Gegharkunik region need special education.