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.
Emergency aid for communities devastated by Indonesia earthquake and tsunami
1 October 2018.
Christian Aid is working through sister agencies in Indonesia to reach survivors of the earthquake and tsunami.
Kerala: Devastation Leaves More Than 200,000 People Unable To Return Home, Warns Christian Aid
Kerala’s floods and landslides have left ruin so terrible that around 200,000 people will be unable return home for at least six months, Christian Aid estimates.A further 75,000 people in the south Indian State will ...
Climate change will make devastating Kerala floods more common warns Christian Aid
Friday August 24th, 2018.
With more than a million people displaced by flooding in Kerala, Christian Aid has warned that more devastating floods in India will become the norm if nothing is done to tackle climate change.As efforts continue ...
The aid sector must do more to keep local staff safe in conflict zones, says Christian Aid ahead of World Humanitarian Day.
Friday August 17th, 2018.
Aid donors must unlock extra funds to help local NGOs protect frontline staff who risk their life to provide aid.
Christian Aid condemns South Sudan aid worker killings, after death of partner staff
Friday April 13th, 2018.
The charity responds to recent deadly attacks on staff members from South Sudanese aid agencies.
Sierra Leone mudslides - Christian Aid statement
15 August 2017.
Christian Aid is coordinating with local and national agencies in Sierra Leone in the aftermath of the mudslides in Freetown.