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Par ses plaidoyers, l'Alliance ACT cherche à influencer les preneurs de décision, les politiques, structures et systèmes afin de créer un monde juste, durable et en paix. ACT vise à démultiplier les connaissances, l'expérience et les relations des membres d'ACT et des communautés influentes afin de promouvoir et plaider pour des lois, des politiques et pratiques justes à tous les niveaux.
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Les membres de l'Alliance ACT travaillent sur le développement transformationnel et durable à long terme dans 140 pays au monde. Pour l'Alliance ACT, le développent est profondément enraciné dans la croissance et la protection de la dignité humaine, la résilience communautaire et la durabilité environnementale.
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A travers ses différentes organisations membres, l'Alliance ACT s'efforce de répondre aux urgences dans le monde entier - locales ou globales, grandes ou petites - avec l'engagement oecuménique de répondre aux besoins des communautés les plus vulnérables.
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Dernières Plaidoyers

27 Feb 2017

ACT Alliance stands in solidarity with its members in Guatemala and with Guatemalan human rights defenders as they stand up, despite threats and attacks, to promote and protect universally recognized human rights. The serious situation for those who work for human rights in Guatemala was painfully illustrated by the deaths of two human rights defenders […]

08 Nov 2016

  Today the world already faces the beginnings of the worst impacts of climate change. A large number of poor and marginalised communities in developing countries face severe consequences due to increasing incidences of extreme weather events, sea level rise and unusual temperature variations. Among the 13 deadliest floods faced across the globe in last […]

16 Sep 2016

Message in a bottle On the eve of the UN Summit on Migration and Refugees, ACT Alliance calls for increased investment in improving living conditions in fragile states and regions, more focus on the protection of vulnerable groups, and commitment to creating safe passages to Europe. Syrian refugees walk in the countryside outside Messstetten, Germany. […]

Dernières Développement

Several meetings, as that one in Nicaragua, were organised in preparation to the project.
27 Aug 2015

Young people from different Christian churches from remote areas and from major urban centers in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia will be connected via internet tomorrow, August 28, to participate in the first on-line session of the International Diploma in Culture of peace, equity and sustainability. The Diploma, part of the project “Emprendemos Paz” carried […]

Araga Danrani, 75, received improved millet seeds through LWR's Resilience Plus project. He is now farming fields that for many years were left vacant because he could not afford enough seeds to plant them. From an original distribution of 8 kilos of seeds, he harvested 562 kilos of millet last year. He saved seeds from his harvest for replanting, and expects to harvest even more this year. "If not for this project," he said, "I would have had to leave because of hunger." Without the ability to feed his family through farming, he would have to look for work as a labourer. LWR/Emily Sollie
20 Aug 2015

Araga Danrani, 75, (pictured above: LWR/Emily Sollie) is a farmer living in Niger, in the West African Sahel. Over the past few years Niger and surrounding countries have experienced a combination of drought and rising food prices that has left more than 18.7 million people at risk for hunger. Not long ago Mr. Danrani had […]

Photo: Bellah Zulu ACT/JCP
14 Aug 2015

A partner of the ACT Allliance Joint Programme in Zambia, the Zambia Land Alliance (ZLA) has made a difference in the lives of a Solwezi based family after helping them reclaim land that had been grabbed from them by a named local Church. “I am very happy that our family land has been given back […]

Dernières Travail humanitaire

Credit: CLAI
17 Oct 2016

  My name is Maria Isabel Gracia, I have four children and I live in Daule community, in central Guayas, Ecuador. It is very difficult to express what happened that day. It was around seven in the afternoon and I was taking care of the baby when the earthquake started. I could not move and […]

29 Sep 2016

  Abdullah Haddad, 46-year-old, is a hand master, preparing and repairing different things, though the current situation does not help him to provide for his family. The two elder sons were born with mental disorders. The elder one is 21 and the other one Shiraz is 18. They both attend a specialized center and the […]

18 Jan 2016

The current food insecurity crisis in Ethiopia appears to be a result of a combination of factors, including the pre-El Niño failure of the spring rains and the El Niño induced late onset, erratic and early cessation of the main summer rains. Click on the image to see the infographic