Emergencies - areas of concern
Christian Aid works around the world through partners on the ground who are able to respond as disasters and crises happen.
These are some of the emergencies we are currently monitoring and responding to:
On Saturday 21 May, Cyclone Roanu battered Bangladesh's southern coastline, forcing 500,000 people from their homes.
Global public health emergency declared in 23 countries across the Americas following Zika virus outbreak.
Heaviest monsoon rains in over 100 years have struck eastern Tamil Nadu, causing severe flooding.
We must focus on the need, not the numbers.
Over 380 people reported dead and thousands of others injured.
Our partners are distributing emergency food supplies.
We're providing emergency supplies including water, food and shelter to those in need.
Thousands have been left homeless - we are acting fast to get them shelter and provisions.
Recent Christian Aid emergency responses:
Fear and uncertainty in Burundi
Vulnerable Egyptians fleeing violence in Libya need our help
Helping the people of Vanuatu in Cyclone Pam aftermath
Supporting thousands left homeless by forceful Malawi floods
Cyclone Hudhud slams into Indian coast
Floods endanger the people of Metro Manila once more
Winter storms in the Middle East
Service material: a sermon on Ebola
Floods in north-west Pakistan - September 2014
South Sudan - humanitarian briefing paper
South Sudan crisis
Typhoon Glenda strikes the Philippines
Cambodia: human rights defenders still detained