The world must do more for South Sudan says Christian Aid as famine is declared
21 February 2017.
The international community must do more to resolve the crisis in South Sudan, Christian Aid has warned following the declaration of famine in parts of the country.
Christian Aid to unite faith and business to transform poor communities
20 February 2017.
Christian Aid has launched The Salt Network, a group for business leaders who are committed to improving their company practices in a sustainable way, both locally and on a global scale.
£1.3BN UK fund for economic reform overseas is ‘not fit for purpose’, says Christian Aid
7 Fenruary 2017.
The UK’s £1.3bn fund for promoting economic reform overseas is ‘poorly-managed and ‘not fit for purpose’, says Christian Aid, following the findings of an independent review published today.
Eradicating poverty requires far more than aid, says Christian Aid
31 January 2017.
DFID focus on beyond-aid issues are welcomed, but the rest of the government must work together to support genuinely sustainable development.
‘Trump would do well to read his Bible before enacting discriminatory policies’, says Christian Aid
30 January 2017.
A rejection of refugees, whatever their faith, is a rejection of Christian values, UK-based charity Christian Aid has warned.
Christian Aid calls for President Trump to do the smart thing on climate change
20 January 2017.
Christian Aid calls on President Trump to do the smart thing on climate change.
Christian Aid responds to ICAI report into DFID use of cash transfers
12 January 2017.
Christian Aid has welcomed the findings of an independent study into the use of cash transfers by the UK’s Department for International Development.
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.
Christian Aid responds to UK ratification of Paris Agreement
17 November 2016.
Speaking from the COP22 climate summit in Marrakech, Mohamed Adow, Christian Aid’s International Climate Lead, welcomed the UK’s ratification of the Paris Agreement.