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Christian Aid Magazine - spring/summer 2014

Welcome to our new-look Christian Aid Magazine, published to keep you, our valued supporters, fully informed about the work we do around the world on your behalf.

Christian Aid Magazine

The spring/summer 2014 issue is now available to view online or download in PDF format:

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Articles from the magazine

Loretta's letter

Loretta Minghella, Chief Executive of Christian Aid

Our Chief Executive introduces our spring/summer supporter magazine.

How Christian?

Susan Durber

Just how much Christian should we put into Christian Aid?

Broken hearts

Anoon and children

The story of a woman from South Sudan who embodies her country’s struggle to be reborn.

Colombia conflict

Edile with his grandmother and two siblings

A nine-year-old boy's perspective on the conflict that has torn Colombia apart.

Book reviews

I Spend, Therefore I Am book cover

Inspirational new releases about women in church, the LRA, the politics of food and more.

Nick Page

Nick Page

An interview with the writer, historian and self-styled ‘information-monger’ .

The big picture

Christian Aid Magazine big picture

How our partner REACH have brought hope where there was despair in Iraq.



Read more about our featured articles

Climate change: what could you lose?

Climate change isn't a distant threat. It's hitting the world's poorest people right now. View our climate infographic PDF (2mb) to see how climate change is affectiving lives around the world.

We all love something that's threatened by a changing climate. A special place that’s at risk of flooding. Someone you met on your travels. Or simply the world that your children will inherit. Tell us what you love.

Christian Aid Week, 11-17 May

War tears lives apart. You can help put them back together this Christian Aid Week. Find out how you can give, act and pray with us.

South Sudan: rebuilding broken lives

South Sudan is devastated by war, but there are glimmers of hope among the turmoil. These stories convey the worry and anxiety of returning to nothing and beginning life again.

Colombia: living in fear

Violence has driven more than 5 million people from their homes in Colombia, making it the country with the most internally displaced people in the world.




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