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Code of Conduct - Spanish

Code of Conduct for all Christian Aid staff.

Code of Conduct - French

Christian Aid's Code of Conduct for all staff.

Code of Conduct

The conduct, policies and code of behaviour you are expected to follow as a Christian Aid employee.

Virtuous Circle: scaling up investment in low carbon energy

This report demonstrates that the time for rapid deployment of renewable energy technologies is now. It shows that governments, policy makers and investors should realise that clean energy and clean energy investments are reliable, cost effective and scalable, and a solution for delivering clean and sustainable energy for all.

Towards a sustainable economy: private sector

This report argues that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UN Financing for Development process, and the Paris Agreement have opened up a dialogue between NGOs, governments and the private sector about the opportunities and risks around the transition to a sustainable economy.

The Salt Newsletter Feb 2017

Download the Salt Business Network's first newsletter and find out how these value-led business leaders are standing up to global poverty. 

Resilience framework

Our Resilience Framework sets out how we work with partners to support communities to identify the risks they face, access resources and effectively to achieve sustainable results.

Resilience case studies

The following nine case studies illustrate how we interpret resilience – as a means of putting communities and individuals at the centre of their own development.

Code of Conduct in Arabic

The Arabic translation of the conduct, policies and code of behaviour you are expected to follow as a Christian Aid employee.

Supporting Small Businesses in Developing Countries: What programmes work and why

This report focuses on Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and seeks to understand how best to harness the potential of these enterprises in improving the livelihoods of millions of people – in particular women – in the developing world.