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Our programmes

Christian Aid has programmes in 37 countries, working with 475 local, national and international partners.

We also work through wider networks, including the ACT Alliance - a coalition of 146 churches and faith-based organisations working together in more than 100 countries. 

We work on topics as diverse as emergency response, accountability, peace-building, health, land rights, tax justice and helping communities adapt to climate change.

We receive funding from UK aid, Irish Aid, Scottish Government, European Commission, USAID and other key donors and partners, which enables us to make a large-scale, deep and lasting difference to people’s lives. This section highlights just some of our programmes from around the world.

Some of our key projects

Below you will find a selection of our programmes around the world. You can view previous programmes that have now closed here

Strengthening Transparency, Accountability and Responsiveness (STAR-Ghana) to develop a vibrant, well-informed and assertive civil society.

The Strengthening Emergency Preparedness Systems (SEPS) project strengthens communities to prepare for disasters in south east Myanmar.

The Global Fund is helping to strengthen health systems and to improve malaria treatment and prevention in Nigeria.

UK Aid Match is a UK aid-funded programme that doubles all donations received during a defined appeal period. Read about our UK aid-funded programmes.

A long-term approach to addressing the deeper causes of malnutrition in South Sudan.

In 2011, Christian Aid was awarded funding for humanitarian and development work under DFID’s Programme Partnership Arrangement (PPA).