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Leadership Team

Contact the Christian Aid Ireland leadership team.

Community adaptation and women’s empowerment in Bangladesh

We worked with 11 partners in districts highly vulnerable to climate change and natural disasters in Bangladesh, to reach 24,459 women.

Empowering communities to hold governments to account

In Nigeria, Malawi and Kenya we empowered communities to hold their governments to account and improve their health services.

Climate risks in Nicaragua

Nicaragua is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change in the world. Many communities rely heavily on agriculture and are vulnerable to the effects of flooding and droughts.

Managing risks in the occupied Palestinian territory

We have a long history of reducing poverty in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).

Opening pigeon pea markets in Malawi

Smallholder farmers dominate the production of pigeon pea crops, but have limited access to market information or technology.

Pray for Ukraine

Join us as we pray for the people of Ukraine.

Ukraine Crisis Appeal

Over 5.2 million people have fled their homes as conflict intensifies in Ukraine.

Humanitarian response

Christian Aid Ireland has been responding to humanitarian emergencies and disasters since 1945, providing urgently needed immediate relief and long-term support.

Resilience and climate

We work for a world where poor people are able to keep more of the wealth they generate, and can better protect themselves when disaster strikes.


Join us in ending poverty worldwide.

Coronavirus Emergency Appeal 2020

Support our work in affected communities around the world.

Sponsoring churches

Christian Aid was established so that sponsoring churches and others ‘could respond to Christ’s command to care for all in need’.

Accountable governance and human rights

Christian Aid Ireland believes that poverty is structural, caused by imbalances in power. Good governance is essential to ensure the rights of the poorest.

Women's empowerment and gender equality

Unequal distribution of power is at the heart of poverty. And one of the most pervasive inequalities in the world is that between women and men.

Christian Aid Ireland Donor Charter

Christian Aid Ireland is committed to treating all our supporters with respect, honesty and openness.

Safeguarding statement

A letter from Rosamond Bennett, Chief Executive of Christian Aid Ireland