Because of health problems, Jørn Lemvik is no longer able to continue as the Secretary General of Digni.
The Reformation and later Haugianism nurtured the concept of equality, which became the driving force behind the Norwegian foreign missions movement.
80 percent of the world’s population considers religion an important part of life – because of this, churches are major agents in international aid work, according to the Danish campaign ‘Global Diaconia.’
Digni has a new controller who will focus on anticorruption measures.
The world has reached a number of milestones in working toward the abolition of extreme poverty, yet the concentration of wealth is nonetheless increasing at an alarming rate.
–How do you change people’s perceptions about masculinity to stop male dominance and GBV? Prabu Deepan from the British based organisation TearFund tells that the religious communities are the main key to transformation.
To be asked for advice about our new Strategy, was the most memorable thing at Digni’s Network meeting in Kenya for Bishow Samhika, representing the Salvation Army.
A fresh Digni survey shows that partners in the global south feel incapacitated by governments forming the development politics without even asking for their opinions.
It startet with 5 million USD in support from Norway. 20 years later, the micro-bank in Bolivia has more than tenfolded the investment by their own.
- Now the bureaucrats, politicians, civil society, and the academy must work together, Secretary General Jørn Lemvik writes.
Digni and Wycliffe launches new anti-corruption course. - We are already looking forward to start using the new course, says program director Huma Sadaf from Pakistan.