We Work With


ACT Alliance

ACT Alliance is a network of more than 130 organisations working together for positive, sustainable change in the lives of people affected by poverty and injustice through coordinated and effective humanitarian, development and advocacy initiatives.



HAP International

HAP International runs the leading global quality assurance scheme for humanitarian agencies. Established in 2003, HAP is the humanitarian sector’s first international self-regulatory body. There are currently 82 member agencies of HAP. HAP members can apply for certification as a form of quality assurance of their compliance with the HAP Standard in Accountability and Quality Management.




Association of World Council of Churches related Development Organizations in Europe The relation between development and religion has become a hot issue during the past ten years or so. For a long time, not much attention was given to the topic as some in the secularising ‘West’ predicted that the role of religion in society would fade away, while it was a non-issue in the South where no separation is made between development and religion which permeates all realms of life.



Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance

The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance is an international network of churches and church-related organizations committed to campaigning together on common concerns. Current campaigns focus on HIV and AIDS and Food. Our advocacy includes raising awareness and building a movement for justice within the churches as well as mobilizing people of faith to lobby local and national governments,



World Council of Churches

The World Council of Churches (WCC) is the broadest and most inclusive among the many organized expressions of the modern ecumenical movement, a movement whose goal is Christian unity. The WCC brings together 349 churches, denominations and church fellowships in more than 110 countries and territories throughout the world,



Inter-Agency Standing Committee

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) is the primary mechanism for inter-agency coordination of humanitarian assistance. It is a unique forum involving the key UN and non-UN humanitarian partners. The IASC was established in June 1992 in response» to United Nations General Assembly Resolution 46/182 on the strengthening of humanitarian assistance.




The LWF/DWS Asia program have a long history of informal co-operation. AZEECON was formed in December 1997 in order to expand and strengthen regional co-operation to support grassroots-work in-country in emergency preparedness and management, and related environmental issues as all the member countries have common vulnerability to natural disasters. They have similar experiences in emergency, environmental work and disaster preparedness but low level of exchange and interaction concerning the issue AZEECON was realized and materialised. It aims at strengthening capacity, performance, quality and effectiveness of its partners. Besides promoting integration of development and emergency components of programmes it also promotes practical co-operation and co-ordination amongst regional partners.



We are grateful for the ongoing moral, technical and financial support of our donors who sustain our work to assist people in Laos.

  1. Bread for the World
  2. FELM
  3. GNC