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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.
Published: 10 June 2021
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.
Published: 6 May 2021
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On World Humanitarian Day, Christian Aid Nigeria celebrate the unsung heroes who are often subjected to harsh and dangerous conditions, putting their lives at risk.
Christian Aid is responding to Kerala's exceptionally destructive and deadly floods with life-saving assistance for around 20,000 people who have lost their homes.
Christian Aid Ireland has launched an emergency appeal to help most vulnerable affected by deadly floods.
With more than a million people displaced by flooding in Kerala, Christian Aid has warned that more devastating floods in India will become the norm if nothing is done to tackle climate change.
Limerick conference considers Ireland’s inconsistent approach to policy-making ahead of a Dáil debate on a Ghana tax deal that will deprive the African country of cash it needs for health.
Christian Aid is working through its sister agencies in Indonesia to deliver emergency supplies to survivors of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.
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.