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The UK based churches' international development agency Christian Aid has warned that the drought situation in Niger is getting much worse.
Christian Aid is launching a new phase of its Trace the Tax campaign for greater financial transparency by multinational companies.
Thousands of participants in the four-day Greenbelt Christian arts festival in Cheltenham have been reminded about the plight of blockaded Gaza.
Christian Aid has welcomed Kenya’s new constitution but warns the country’s democratic institutions must be bolstered to prevent members of the political elite furthering their own interests.
Christian Aid is encouraging supporters to write to UK PM David Cameron, reminding him of his pledge that his government will be the greenest ever.
Award-winning Anglo-Iranian comedian and actor Omid Djalili has accepted a new role as QuizAid Master for Christian Aid’s first ever Twitter Quiz.
Christian Aid have announced that Rev Jesse Jackson will be in London in October to help move climate change and global tax transparency up the political agenda.
Christian Aid is channelling money through its global network to provide food, shelter and medical assistance to those hit by the floods in Pakistan.
According to UNICEF and other agencies, 3 million people have been affected and over 1,400 killed in Pakistan's worst flooding for 80 years.
Christian Aid has welcomed a US law challenging corruption in poor countries and boosting pressure for global reforms against tax dodging and bribery.
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