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Giving the gift of trees helps communities to help themselves. Trees provide food and shelter. They are also a source of fruit and nuts, leaves and pods for fodder, bark for medicines and resins for chemicals. Click here to vist the Oxfam Unwrapped Gift Collection
School dinners encourage children living in poor communities to go to school and learn to read and write. The lack of food in places such as East Africa, though has meant children have gone without education. Click here to vist the Oxfam Unwrapped Gift Collection
This isn’t a gift to be sniffed at! Soil degradation can have devastating effects, and the rising trend in fertilizer prices in international markets has had a significant impact on developing countries. Click here to vist the Oxfam Unwrapped Gift Collection
Literacy remains a major barrier to the development of African countries. Despite the progress achieved since 1990, the absolute number of African adults who cannot read or write has increased to 136 million. Click here to vist the Oxfam Unwrapped Gift Collection
The land, hope and glory of Jerusalem is best viewed from the wilderness
A alternative travel guide for Israel and Palestine has been launched, including visits to refugee camps, Israel's Separation Wall and the sites of house demolitions.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has said that the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) provide a key focus for the churches of the Anglican Communion.
British aid agencies have hit out at a clamp down by Mugabe’s ruling ZANU PF party on Zimbabwean church groups carrying out human rights work.
Christian Aid is asking thousands of people to put their best foot forward and join its 1,000-mile ‘Cut the Carbon’ campaign march.
Christian Aid and Trade Justice Movement campaigners will be taking action against the unfair 'Economic Partnership Agreements'.