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Christian Aid Global Jan 17
Thank you to all our followers! So far we have reached 9,500 and want to get to 10K. Please RT and help us to get there 👏
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Christian Aid Global Jan 17
We have worked with our partners Fundes in the Bolivian Amazon to promote ecotourism in one of the most biodiverse places on earth: Madidi National Park. 🐍 Watch the video and RT:
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CA_global in the news: Nigerians remember their forgotten war
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Christian Aid Global Jan 17
Faith actors contribute positively to development in many ways. But in the area of , they are often part of the problem. New blog from Nadia Saracini explains how is working to ensure that this changes:
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Christian Aid Global Jan 16
A worrying situation that human rights defenders, social and environmental defenders are being murdered for defending their communities. With our partners, we will continue to speak out. These crimes must stop :
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Christian Aid Global Jan 16
Fascinating insights into the challenges of in and holistic solutions through
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Christian Aid Global Jan 15
in the news: Fifty years after Nigeria civil war ends, unity is key to unlocking potential of the world’s ‘poverty capital’
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Christian Aid Global Jan 15
A solar revolution in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Find our more about this inspirational movement of women supported by our partner
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Karen Brock Jan 15
The amazing team at InspirAction in Spain have done ten years of incredible work: strong voices on climate change, on inequality and injustice, on peace-building. I love this film. Gracias compañeras. cc.
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Chine McDonald Jan 14
"Reconciliation is possible in the aftermath of conflict." My TFTD on marking 50 years since the Nigeria-Biafra civil war and how it was a watershed moment for UK development NGOs
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Christian Aid Jan 15
50 years ago, the Nigeria-Biafra War ended. As many as 2 million Biafran civilians died of starvation. This film tells the moving story of Brian Sheen who volunteered to help our team provide medical care to people devastated by the conflict:
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CAID Press Office Jan 14
Latest: Fifty years after civil war ends, unity is key to unlocking potential of the world’s ‘poverty capital’, says .
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Tomi Ajayi Jan 14
"Fifty years after its end, it is only fitting that we take a moment to reflect on the legacy and lessons of the war" - Historian & broadcaster , ahead of the 50th anniversary of the end of the civil war. For more, see 's latest press release:
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Christian Aid Global Jan 14
CA_global in the news: Fifty years after Nigeria civil war ends, unity is key to unlocking potential of the world’s ‘poverty capital’.
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ACT Alliance Jan 14
📢🌎"The poorest and most vulnerable people are on the frontline of this and are facing its worst effects" says ACT Member on read here 👇
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Christian Aid Global Jan 14
CA_global in the news: Where’s the justice in a climate crisis that poor people didn’t create?
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Christian Aid Global Jan 13
“They freed us, but then they didn’t tell us how to break the chains.” Shanti, a former bonded labourer in Nepal, describes her harrowing ordeal and how our local partner Kamaiya Pratha Unmulan Samaj (KPUS) are helping her to get back on her feet
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