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While Myanmar seemed to initially escape the worse of the pandemic, a recent surge in cases would suggest that this sadly seems likely to change.
Published: 17 September 2020
Beirut blast threatens to disrupt food imports to Lebanon, in midst of rising hunger and economic crisis
Published: 5 August 2020
Christian Aid Ireland and its local partner are providing urgent support to thousands of people displaced by fighting in an area of Myanmar that was previously off-limits to aid agencies.
Published: 21 June 2019
What does the Nation State Law mean for Palestinians in Israel and the Occupied Territory?
Despite the availability of a life-saving vaccine, efforts to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus in northeast Democratic Republic of Congo has been severely hampered by fighting between armed groups and mistrust of aid workers.
Christian Aid Ireland has condemned the excessive use of force along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel after renewed violence broke out today during the third week of protests.
Christian Aid today condemned the loss of life in Gaza, and called for the establishment of an immediate independent investigation into what appears to be grave breaches of international law.
Christian Aid has called for peace and an end to violence in Zimbabwe as post-electoral violence remain a critical concern in Harare.