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Where we work

Christian Aid Ireland works with people living in poverty in some of the poorest communities around the world.

Christian Aid works with some of the world's most vulnerable communities in 37 countries globally in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Christian Aid Ireland has a special focus on 22 core developing countries, where we concentrate our efforts to best effect.

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Christian Aid in Colombia

Christian Aid has been working with partners in Colombia on tackling violence and building peace for more than 20 years.

Christian Aid in Ethiopia

Christian Aid has worked in Ethiopia for more than 30 years, initially responding to emergencies, but gradually moving to long-term development.

Christian Aid in Guatemala

We work with partner organisations to address Guatemala's economic inequality, help communities prepare for natural disasters and reduce conflict.

Christian Aid in Haiti

We have supported partners on the island of Hispaniola since the 1980s. Together we work with the most poor and marginalised people in Haiti.

Christian Aid in Honduras

We've been working in Honduras since 1997 helping communities prepare for disasters, grow small business, and advocate for tax reforms.

Christian Aid in India

Christian Aid has supported local organisations in India for more than five decades.

Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory (IoPt)

Christian Aid has been working with the poorest people in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory (IoPt) since the early 1950s.

Christian Aid in Nicaragua

Christian Aid works in four countries in Central America – Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua.

Christian Aid in Nigeria

Christian Aid has been working in Nigeria since 2003 for a just, equitable and peaceful Nigerian society, where poverty has been eradicated.

Christian Aid in Zambia

Our Joint Country Programme (JCP) was established in 2011 to challenge the structural barriers to development and ensure the human rights of Zambians.