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Where we work

For 75 years we have worked with some of the world's most vulnerable communities in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

In 2019 and 2020 many of our country programmes came to an end. Read the achievements, stories and impact of these along with current active countries below.

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Colombia

Christian Aid's work in Colombia focuses on the related issues of violence, land and territory, impunity, vulnerable communities and human rights.

Egypt

We work across the Middle East, with programme work spanning Egypt, Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria

Ethiopia

Christian Aid has worked in Ethiopia for more than 30 years, initially responding to emergencies, but gradually moving to long-term development.

Guatemala

We work with partner organisations to address Guatemala's economic inequality, help communities prepare for natural disasters and reduce conflict.

Haiti

Christian Aid works through local partners to improve the livelihoods of underprivileged Haitians, Dominicans and Haitian migrants.

Honduras

We've been working in Honduras since 1997 helping communities prepare for disasters, grow small business, and advocate for tax reforms.

India

Christian Aid has supported local organisations in India for more than five decades.

Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory (IoPt)

Christian Aid has been working with the poorest people in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory (IoPt) since the early 1950s.

Mali

In Mali which is home to more than 12 million people, we work on long-term development programmes including economic justice and governance,

Nicaragua

Christian Aid works in four countries in Central America - Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua.

South Africa
Philippines
Zambia

Christian Aid in Zambia Our Joint Country Programme (JCP) in Zambia was established in 2011 to challenge the structural barriers to development and ensure the human rights of all Zambians.