• What we do

  • Protection

    Refugees and internally displaced persons experience loss of not only personal property, but the security of social ties and community trust. The process of emigrating to a new community leaves many

  • Basic Services

    Both in emergency situations and following resettlement availability of basic services is vital. These include the very basic means of living that are indispensible for subsistence. In terms of emer

  • Women

    Women’s rights are often institutionally undermined by law or custom causing women, more often than men, to suffer from economic, political and social inferiority. Working towards a more equal

  • Children and Youth

    In the years reserved for development and learning children and adolescents in conflict areas experience damaging interruptions in their upbringing. Conflict leaves children and youth vulnerable to

  • Human Rights

    The people of Iraq have seen multiple wars and civil unrest both directly affecting the population and surrounding it. The divides between ethnicities, tribes and political and religious groups are

  • Democracy Promotion

    An inclusionary society calls for a truly democratic system. With a large number of marginalised and vulnerable persons it is crucial that democratic processes are in place to ensure all voices are

  • Capacity Building

    We do not work on our own. We cooperate with a wide range of
    international organisations and NGOs. CDO is therefore in a unique
    position to share its experiences with local NGOs. We do


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