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Latest news and updates from Christian Aid Ireland.
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Suzanne Shepherd, long-time Christian Aid supporter and volunteer, has begun a remarkable 75km walking challenge just 4 months after undergoing surgery for cancer.
Published: 23 March 2021
Found out the lucky winner of our Fairtrade goody bags.
Christian Aid thanks the Newtownards committee for raising over £500,000 towards its work.
Supporters visit Ulster Bank headquarters in Belfast to ask them to 'Clean up their Cash', as part of our climate change campaign.
Christian Aid activists protest on Royal Avenue, urging HSBC bank to stop funding climate change.
A decade on: we must urge our politicians to bring the UK Climate Act up-to-date for the sake of those living with the impacts of climate change.
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.
Will you join Leah and Glenlola schoolgirls Megan, Amy and Grace in their abseil challenge?
Christian Aid has called for peace and an end to violence in Zimbabwe as post-electoral violence remain a critical concern in Harare.
Volunteer manager of Christian Aid charity shop gets Cullybackey designated as a 'safe village'.
Bob Kikuyu, Christian Aid’s Senior Advisor on Theology and Church Partnerships, was moved to reflect on climate change when he visited Northern Ireland earlier this year.