UK aid funds Christian Aid consortium to help most marginalised
19 December 2018.
Christian Aid has received £1.2m from DFID to help the most marginalised people in Nigeria, Zimbabwe and Myanmar.
Christian Aid warns Government not to ‘play politics’ with aid
9 October 2018.
The UK Government should not “play politics” with overseas aid in a way that harms the poorest, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid warns of government complacency on UK aid spending
13th September 2018.
Ministers appear disturbingly complacent about how some Whitehall departments are spending UK aid, Christian Aid warned today, after the government rejected many of MPs’ recommendations for improving UK support to other countries. “The UK's international reputation ...
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, ...
Christian Aid welcomes aid report and calls for aid increases to non-DFID depts to be frozen
18 July 2017.
Responding to the report from the National Audit Office into how different parts of Government spend the UK’s aid budget, Christian Aid’s Head of Advocacy, Laura Taylor, said:“This report again confirms the vast majority of ...
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.