South Sudan hunger crisis set to intensify in 2018, warns Christian Aid, as conflict enters fifth year
15th December 2017.
Christian Aid is appealing for urgent action to stem alarming levels of hunger in South Sudan
Christian Aid appoints Amanda Khozi Mukwashi as new Chief Executive
Thursday, December 14th, 2017.
Christian Aid is delighted to announce the appointment of Amanda Khozi Mukwashi as Chief Executive.Amanda has more than 20 years’ experience, extensive knowledge and expertise in working to alleviate poverty, injustice and inequality, with a ...
One Planet Summit a sign that the world is starting to take its Paris Agreement pledges seriously says Christian Aid
Tuesday, 12th December, 2017.
As the One Planet Summit wraps up, Mohamed Adow, Christian Aid’s International Climate Lead, said it showed that countries are firmly committed to the Paris Agreement and that the momentum generated in the French capital ...
Christian Aid welcomes Theresa May positioning the UK as the global leader in electric vehicles
Tuesday, 12th December, 2017.
Responding to the announcement from Prime Minister Theresa May at the One Planet Summit today in Paris, Christian Aid’s International Climate Lead, Mohamed Adow, said:“As the first country to industrialise the UK has a moral ...
Dr Rowan Williams’ 2017 Christmas Message
Monday 11th December, 2017.
Dr Rowan Williams, Chair of Christian Aid:"At the heart of every Christmas is a very simple image: a new-born baby lying exposed in the cold of winter. It's a very powerful image of our own vulnerability, ...
One Planet Summit: Finance missing jigsaw piece as world marks two year anniversary of Paris Agreement
Monday, December 11th, 2017.
Ahead of the One Planet Summit in Paris taking place tomorrow (12th) marking the two year anniversary of the Paris Agreement, Christian Aid said new finance for poorer countries was essential if the UN accord ...
As EU prepares tax havens blacklist, Christian Aid slams lack of action on transparency from UK Overseas Territories
4th December 2017.
Christian Aid has criticised the lack of progress on financial secrecy in Overseas Territories for which the UK has responsibility.
British public overspends on food at Christmas by more than £1bn
6th December 2017.
British households splash out one billion pounds on food more than they need, according to a new nationwide poll by ComRes for charity Christian Aid.
Millions caught in Nigeria’s hidden horror, warns Christian Aid
28 December 2016.
Hunger, terror and destitution are afflicting many millions of people in Nigeria in a huge crisis that remains largely hidden from the world, Christian Aid is warning.
Christian Aid responds to news that fossil fuel divestment passes $5 trillion
12 December 2016.
“It is becoming increasingly clear that profiting from companies whose actions threaten the destruction of life on a titanic scale is no longer morally acceptable," says Christian Aid.