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Eddina Yonasi, 49, (far left) and Janet Ben, 31, (far right) and their fellow Makande Women's Group members proudly holding up 500 ml bottles of baobab (malambe) juice that they have just made at their processing unit in Ngabu Traditional Authority, Chikwawa District, Southern Malawi, in March 2021.

Harvest Appeal

Bring our global neighbours good harvests for the future with our Harvest Appeal.

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Find out more about our work to end poverty and how you can help, either individually or with your church.
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Join us to pray and act for climate justice

As world leaders meet in Glasgow for the UN Climate Conference, COP26, this is a crucial moment for individuals and churches to pray and act for climate justice.
Asunta and her son in South Sudan

Global Hunger Appeal

Support people around the world facing extreme hunger.
The climate crisis is a storm we all face, but we’re not all in the same boat.  For some, the storm is stronger and the waves are already breaking.

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Boy stands in ruins after gaza strike

'Where is Palestine?' - report

Read the newly published report by our Head of Middle East Policy & Advocacy.
Together we are stronger

Together we are stronger

A blog for Harvest focusing on Malawi - then and now.
Tyonyar Ungon, 60, collecting his hygiene kit at an aid distribution funded by Christian Aid’s Covid appeal in Adagi community, Benue State, Nigeria, November 2020. He is partially disabled.

Vaccine inequality hitting lower income countries the hardest

In this blog, we hear from Christian Aid colleagues based in Africa to get their take on the real-life impacts of vaccine inequality between wealthy and poorer countries.

Stand for justice in Israel & Palestine, call for a lasting peace today.

With ongoing violence in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, many innocent people are dead, wounded, or simply exhausted with fear.

Ecumenical church leaders from around the globe have called on the United Nations 'to act immediately to address the continuing underlying causes of injustice that will otherwise remain a constant threat to peace in Israel and the [occupied Palestinian territory]'.

Call on your government to pursue a lasting peace today.


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