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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
You might remember our previous mission statement. For Charles Usie, our Country Manager in Nigeria, these words have been important in his 14 years with Christian Aid.
Published: 11 March 2021
Amazon land rights defender Dilma Silva Ferreira and her partner murdered - read our statement.
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.
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.
The Western leaders’ war game over Syria is ignoring the civilians it claims to protect. Strikes on Syria will not bring the country and its war weary civilians any closer to an end to this violence.
Syria Crisis Appeal
Christian Aid's Advocacy Officer for Syria, Máiread Collins, writes about Syria's 'hell on earth'.