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Rose Katanu Jonathan is 67 from Itukisya earth dam project, Dili Village, Kitui.

Christian Aid Week is coming: 10 - 16 May 2021

The climate emergency is one of the greatest injustices we face. Together we stop this climate crisis.

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Find out more about our work to end poverty and how you can help, either individually or with your church.

A woman holds one of 200 dry ration packs distributed by partners EFICOR in Dehli to help households cope with loss of income over lockdown.

Coronavirus response: India

In India, a second wave of Covid is having a devastating impact. Read how Christian Aid's local partners are working to support the country's most vulnerable and marginalised people at this difficult time.
Help protect the most vulnerable people for whom the coronavirus vaccine is out of reach.

Give thanks for your vaccine

Help protect the most vulnerable people for whom the coronavirus vaccine is out of reach.
Christian Aid 75 anniversary montage

Lent and Easter Appeal

Celebrate 75 years of real people making real change.

Our work in action

Impact of the devastating coronavirus second wave in India

Impact of the devastating coronavirus second wave in India

The scenes we have seen unfolding across India in recent weeks are nothing short of devastating. In this blog, we hear about the impacts of India’s second wave of coronavirus from a local partner who are based in northern India.
Cover of Christian Aid Ireland supporter magazine Spring/Summer 2021

Spring/Summer Magazine 2021

Christian Aid Ireland's supporter magazine for Spring/Summer 2021.
Charles Emmamuzou Usie, Country Director, Christian Aid UK, Nigeria Country Programme.

Believing in Life Before Death: Christian Aid and Me

You might remember our previous mission statement. For Charles Usie, our Country Manager in Nigeria, these words have been important in his 14 years with Christian Aid.

The 0.7% Pledge

We cannot turn our backs on the world’s poorest people, especially during a global pandemic. Take a stand against broken promises and pledge to give 0.7% of your income each month to help more women like Achela.

Achela Mario, part of the Mother to Mother group funded by UK Aid through Christian Aid in South Sudan

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It won't be easy, but we will keep going until everyone is free from poverty and inequality. You can help with a donation.