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On International Women’s day, we look at how one young woman who works for our local partner is leading the charge against coronavirus misinformation in the Rohingya refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar.
Published: 8 March 2021
At the end of this month, Christian Aid’s work in Angola comes to an end after 37 years. Today, on International Human Rights Day, we celebrate some of the success of our Angolan partners, hard won in a very challenging context.
Published: 10 December 2020
Coronavirus knows no borders. The global pandemic has sparked a worldwide public health crisis with severe economic and social impacts flowing from it
Published: 24 April 2020
On World Toilet Day, find out how inviting people to eat poo can help save the lives of children in Angola.
Christian Aid Ireland is deeply saddened by the death of José Antonio Patrocínio, known to his friends as Zetó, founder and director of our Angolan partner Omunga.
Christian Aid calls for commitment to sustained peace, amid reports of the killings of 226 social leaders and human rights defenders in 2018.
In 2016, more countries experienced violent conflict than at any time in nearly 30 years. We believe there are six key drivers that are crucial to moving from violence to peace.
Today (Wednesday 3 October) the Oireachtas will debate a new tax treaty between Ghana and Ireland which Christian Aid believes is disadvantageous to Ghana in its current form.