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Christian Aid has expressed disappointment that a Tax Dodging Bill was not included in the Queen’s Speech - and its hope that the Budget will address corporate tax dodging.
A year into Sierra Leone’s battle against Ebola, the country is making progress in its journey towards recovery, although much remains to be done, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid partners are preparing to assist civilians caught up in the political unrest in Burundi.
Recent outbreaks of fighting in South Sudan have left 300,000 people needing urgent assistance and forced up to 100,000 from their homes, says Christian Aid
Christian Aid emergency workers and partner agencies in Nepal are trying to get relief through this morning to the area worst hit by today’s earthquake.
Christian Aid has welcomed the Church of England’s decision to divest from the most polluting fossil fuel companies.
A comparison of what the UK’s big four High Street banks reveal about their operations around the world shows that HSBC is currently the most secretive, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid is hosting a photography exhibition in east London documenting the lives, successes and concerns of Ghanaian farmers, as told through their own eyes.
In the week of the first anniversary of the Ebola outbreak, Christian Aid has reaffirmed its commitment to help hard-hit communities in Sierra Leone.
Christian Aid is to make an initial £25,000 available to partner organisations providing emergency supplies to the Pacific island of Vanuatu in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
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