Keep up to date on all things SCIAF and find out about work that we are doing right now across the world.
24 April 2023
SCIAF has welcomed £200,000 of funding from the Scottish Government, for emergency relief in Malawi following the devastating Cyclone Freddy.
17 March 2023
Malawi has begun 14 days of national mourning, after Cyclone Freddy ripped through its heart at the weekend, killing at least 225 people and injuring many more.
15 March 2023
Today marks the 12th anniversary of the beginning of popular protests against President Assad’s regime in Syria that quickly led to armed conflict between Government and anti-Government forces.
24 February 2023
SCIAF today welcomed the further £1 million Scottish Government funding which will be used to help support people in Ukraine.
7 February 2023
We have launched an emergency appeal to help those affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Syria and Türkiye.
19 December 2022
We are saddened to hear that the death toll in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to rise following recent flooding.
13 October 2022
SCIAF heard first-hand how they are providing a lifeline in war-torn Ukraine, seven months into the conflict.
2 September 2022
In this long-read, we take a look at why SCIAF is able to respond so quickly to emergencies around the world, the difference your donations make, and how we support people to rebuild their lives in the longer term.
29 August 2022
Pakistan is in a state of emergency. More than 33 million people have been affected by extreme flash flooding as rising waters have hit all corners of the country since June.
4 August 2022
On the evening of Tuesday 4 August 2020, two explosions at the port of Lebanon’s capital city of Beirut sent an enormous shockwave across the city killing over 200 people and leaving more than 6,000 injured.
2 August 2022
With £48,000 from the Scottish Government HEF Fund, we provided over 2,200 families facing extreme hunger in Afghanistan with emergency relief.
4 April 2022
You donated £12,269 to help the people of Haiti rebuild after last year’s devastating earthquake.