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Missionary, DD Olav Hodne, Norway, (1921-2009). In 1947 Olav Hodne and Brit Hodne were sent by
Missionær, dr. theol Olav Hodne, Norge (1921-2009). Olav Hodne blev i 1947, sammen med ægtefælle, Brit Hodne, udsendt af Norsk Santalmisjon til et arbejde som lærer og missionspræst i Assam og Cooch Behar, North Bengal, Indien. Fra 1964 arbejdede Olav Hodne med retablering af flygtninge i Cooch Behar, og fra 1972 blev han leder af LWFs flygtningearbejde i Bangladesh og Indien. For denne indsats fik Olav Hodne tildelt den norske Nansen-medalje i 1976. Fra 1975-83 fortsatte Dr. Hodne som direktør i LWS, for med base i Calcutta, at lede nødhjælps-og udviklingsarbejdet i hele det østlige Indien. I 1987 blev Dr. Olav Hodne for sin mangeårige tjeneste udnævnt til Kommandør af St. Olavs Orden
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Rights Information
CC Attribution (CC BY). https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Må bruges med kildeangivelse: Danmission Photo Archive / Should be used with source reference: Danmission Photo Archive.
Danmission
Strandagervej 24, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark
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danmission@danmission.dk
Description
Missionary, DD Olav Hodne, Norway, (1921-2009). In 1947 Olav Hodne and Brit Hodne were sent by Norwegian Santal Mission as teacher and missionary pastor to Assam and Cooch Behar, North Bengal, India. From 1964 Olav Hodne was involved in resettlement of refugees in the Cooch Behar area. And from 1972 he became leader of the LWF refugee work in Bangladesh and India. For this effort he was offered the Norwegian "Nansen- Medal" in 1976. From 1975-83, Dr. Hodne continued as director of the Lutheran World Service/LWS, and based in Calcutta, with responsibility for the relief- and development work all over the Eastern India. Again in 1987, Dr. Olav Hodne was awarded for his many years of service, and became Commander of the Order of St. Olav.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
photographs
Identifier
imp-dan-Folder119_00029A.jpg
http://doi.org/10.25549/impa-c123-98703
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/imp-dan-Folder119_00029A.jpg
Subject
Danmission
FOLDER119
Portrætter
Portraits
Olav Hodne
Brit Hodne
Norsk Santalmisjon
Norwegian Santal Mission
Missionaries
Missionærer
Kirke Mission
Church Mission
Assam
Cooch Behar
Det Lutherske Verdensforbund
Lutheran World Federation
LWF
Bangladesh
Calcutta
Lutheran World Service
LWS
Flygtningearbejde
Refugee work
Nødhjælpsarbejde
Relief work
Udviklingsarbejde
Development work
NELC
Northern Evg. Lutheran Church
The Order of St. Olav
St. Olavs Orden
Nansen-Medaljen
The Nansen Medal
Indien Nord
India North
Skole Uddannelse
School Education
Ledelse Administration
Management Administration
North Bengal
Place
Asia
Indien Nord
India, North
Indien
India
Source
Folder119_00029A.tiff [File]
Relation
Danmission Photo Archive
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Photographs of the Danmission, Copenhagen, Denmark
http://fotoarkiv.danmission.dk/fotoweb/archives/5001-Danmission%20Photo%20Archive/archive/photo_archive/Folder119_00029A.tiff.info#preview-media

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