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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
Here, we hear first-hand from Rana who works for Christian Aid’s local partner the Women’s Affairs Centre about what has been happening inside Gaza.
Published: 14 May 2021
Far from being a ‘great equalizer’, the coronavirus pandemic has exposed deep inequality throughout our world. Ruth Cooke looks at how Christian Aid partners are working to support vulnerable communities in the IOPT over lockdown.
Published: 27 April 2021
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
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Read about Christian Aid Scotland's new project with the Scottish Government and partners to empower women and marginalised agricultural communities in Zambia.
What does the Nation State Law mean for Palestinians in Israel and the Occupied Territory?
Christian Aid Week 2018 runs from May 13–19. At 11am on Sunday morning, Bishop Trevor Williams, Chair of Christian Aid Ireland, preached in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, where he is a parishioner.
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.