Members

AZEECON is comprised of field programs and Associate Programs of Lutheran World Federation/Department of World Service active in promoting disaster risk reduction in seven countries.

 

OUR MEMBER

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RDRS Bangladesh

Established in 1972, localized in 1997,  now Former LWF Program, engaged in Comprehensive Rural Development, Livelihoods, Microfinance, Health, Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Relief/Rehabilitation

For more information:
Email: rdrs@bangla.net
Web: www.rdrsbangla.net


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LIFE WITH DIGNITY (LWD) Cambodia

Established in 1979 as LWF Cambodia, localized in 2011 as LWD, engaged in Integrated Rural Development, Rural Water Supply, Demining, Vocational Training, Emergency Relief, Rehabilitation, DRR, Climate Change.

For more information:
Email: info@lwd.org.kh
Web: www.lwd.org.kh


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LWSIT India

Established in 1974, it is engaged in Integrated Rural Development, Urban Development, Water Development, Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation

For more information:
Email: director@lwsit.org
Website: www.lwsit.org


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LWF Nepal

Established in 1984, it is engaged in Empowerment Projects Rural Development, Bhutanese Refugees, Refugee Affected Areas, Advocacy, Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation.

For more information:
Email: mail@lwf.org.np
Web: www.lwfnepal.org


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LWF Myanmar

Established in 2008, LWF Myanmar follows the DWS strategy of linking relief and rehabilitation to sustainable development interventions for and with the cyclone affected people of the delta in Myanmar.

For more information:

Email: info2.lwfmm@gmail.com
Web: www.lwfmyanmar.org


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CDRM&CDS Indonesia

Established in December 2006 it works on building the capacity of the people of Indonesia of north and west Sumatra where natural disasters are common.

For more information:
Email: kepler@cdrmcds.org
Phone: +62 812 600 4774
Fax: +62 61 767 10006
Web: www.cdrmcds.org


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LWF Laos

Established in 2010, LWF Laos partners with rural communities to help them realize their full potential to develop in sustainable ways by assisting them in the planning, renovation and construction of their community infrastructure.