Christian Aid responds to IMF to include climate risk into its economic analysis
17 October 2019.
Responding to the announcement from the IMF, Matti Kohonen, Christian Aid’s Principal Private Sector Advisor, said: “On the face of it this is a very welcome step from the IMF. Climate impacts are already having a ...
Development banks reducing investment in renewables despite claiming to tackle climate crisis – new report
Monday 14 October 2019.
New report shows that multilateral development banks funding for renewables fell by half a billion dollars last year.
This despite need for clean energy investment to rapidly increase to tackle climate change and reduce poverty
Report shows ...
Christian Aid alongside 14 agencies, calls for an end to violence in North-East Syria
Christian Aid alongside 15 agencies, calls for an end to violence in North-East Syria
Christian Aid launches new Charity Gifts to help mothers escape poverty this Christmas
Thursday, 10 October.
Christian Aid’s virtual gift shop, Charity Gifts, has launched five new offerings for Christmas 2019 that could provide a lifeline to women, particularly mothers, living in poverty.
These gifts could support those living with the effects ...
Chancellor’s feeble digital tax shows big tech is ‘too powerful to tax effectively’, says Christian Aid
29 October 2018.
Rohingya crisis: funding shortfall leaves displaced people with no long-range protection plan, warns Christian Aid
23 October 2018.
A year after the Rohingya pledging conference, the funding gap for the crisis is more than 50%, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid warns of ‘further work to do’ in tackling corruption and that UK must ‘clean up its own back yard’
“Today’s pledges of UK aid to anti-corruption efforts are welcome. Corruption affects everyone but has the biggest impact on the poorest countries who may lose far more from international corruption than they receive in aid.”
Christian Aid Safeguarding Statement October 2018
17 September 2018.
We are deeply saddened by the scale of abuse which has affected both communities and staff across the aid sector. Ongoing action is being taken to safeguard better the people we support and staff from ...
HSBC: New Christian Aid report shows bank still willing to profit from coal despite green claims
Wednesday October 17th, 2018.
HSBC has been accused of greenwashing by Christian Aid as the charity publishes a new report highlighting the bank’s refusal to rule out coal financing in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Indonesia.
Today HSBC is hosting a Make My ...
New Report: Christian Aid calls for UK forest restoration as part of plans to go net zero before 2050
Embargoed for 00:01 BST, Monday October 15th, 2018.
Responding to Claire Perry’s expected request to the Climate Change Committee on Monday to review the UK’s emissions targets, Christian Aid is urging the Government to prepare to go net zero before 2050.
In a new ...