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Read how Christian Aid, together with our partner, have been providing vital medical supplies and equipment to where they are needed most in Ukraine.
Published: 5 May 2022
On Sunday 3 April, churches and Christians from across Ireland will come together in an act of witness.
Published: 24 March 2022
99% of businesses to be excluded from new EU rules aimed at preventing corporate damage to the environment and exploitation of communities
Published: 23 February 2022
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
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
Watch a short video, in which Chief Executive Rosamond Bennett describes the situation she witnessed on a visit to Myanmar.
A treaty to guarantee responsible business practices.
A huge congratulations to the Baptist Union of Wales churches on raising an astounding £67,077.73 for its 2016 Christian Aid Ghana Appeal, exceeding its original target by £27,077.73.
In August 2014, the Carmarthen office published Ehangu Gorwelion – a book by former Head of Christian Aid in Wales, Wynne Vittle. £4,000 was raised through its sale, which will go towards maternal health programmes in Ghana.
Welsh MPs, on behalf of local school children, kicked off 2017 in Westminster by delivering New Year messages urging the Prime Minister to consider the rhetoric used to talk about refugees.
Find out who won this year's Divine Chocolate Poetry Competition and read the winning poems.