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Latest news and updates from Christian Aid Ireland.
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South East and East Anglia
Read about Lesley's daring wingwalk for Christian Aid.
Read Alice's blog about her work experience at Christian Aid South East.
Watch a short video, in which Chief Executive Rosamond Bennett describes the situation she witnessed on a visit to Myanmar.
Where we work
Read about Christian Aid Scotland's new project with the Scottish Government and partners to empower women and marginalised agricultural communities in Zambia.
Christian Aid partner sends emergency team in aftermath of Indonesia's Sundra Strait tsunami
Volunteer manager of Christian Aid charity shop gets Cullybackey designated as a 'safe village'.
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.
Statement on safeguarding following the International Development Committee’s report.
Limerick conference considers Ireland’s inconsistent approach to policy-making ahead of a Dáil debate on a Ghana tax deal that will deprive the African country of cash it needs for health.
Today (Wednesday 3 October) the Oireachtas will debate a new tax treaty between Ghana and Ireland which Christian Aid believes is disadvantageous to Ghana in its current form.
In Angola, less than a quarter of girls of secondary-school age are still in the classroom. Read how Irish Aid and Presbyterian Church Ireland funded projects are helping young teenage girls stay in school.