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14 February 2024
SCIAF supporters Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh took to the streets of Glasgow to ask people to show their love for some of the world’s poorest people this St Valentine’s Day.
6 February 2024
While the world’s eyes have understandably been on Gaza and Israel in the last few months, the people of Syria continue to suffer from the effects of conflict, 13 years into their brutal civil war.
2 February 2024
Lorraine’s always put people at the centre of her life and knew from the age of seven she wanted to help people.
Join us in reflection as we enter Lent.
19 January 2024
"I urge believers to take just one side in this conflict: that of peace." Pope Francis
12 January 2024
SCIAF is calling on the UK Government to follow the example of the EU and introduce a new law protecting human rights, the environment and the climate.
There’s hoping, and there’s hope. Father David Stewart leads our first reflection of 2024.
18 December 2023
The Pope has condemned in the strongest terms the killing of two Christian women who had taken refuge in a church in Gaza.
13 December 2023
The recent pause in hostilities gave our colleagues in Caritas Jerusalem (CJ) a short window to provide healthcare to some of the most vulnerable communities in Southern Gaza.
13 December 2023
SCIAF Head of Advocacy, Ben Wilson reflects on the progress made at COP28 in Dubai and its implications for the countries it operates in.
11 December 2023
Thanks to the Scottish Government, SCIAF will begin working in Afghanistan – one of the hardest places to operate in the world – serving those most affected by the recent earthquake that rocked the country.
8 December 2023
Father Leonard Chiti, who attended COP28, discusses the impact of Pope Francis' absence at the event.