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17 August 2023
We're calling on the UK government to serve up change, as millions of people around the world continue to face the grim reality of famine.
21 March 2023
Motherwell FC left-back Jake Carroll has urged people to help give hunger the kick by supporting our WEE BOX appeal.
22 February 2023
Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh took to the streets of Glasgow to launch SCIAF's fundraiser for some of the world’s poorest people, who continue to be hammered by hunger and climate change.
2 September 2022
Our long-term work is made possible through our local partners who advocate for change in their communities and help families access the basic needs required to build a bright future.
15 June 2022
In the face of fresh alarms of a global hunger crisis we are urgently appealing for donations to help.
9 February 2022
Thanks to your support of our WEE BOX, BIG CHANGE UK Aid Match appeal in 2018, the lives of more than 46,838 people have been transformed in rural Cambodia.
1 October 2021
SCIAF is delighted to receive £120,500 through the Humanitarian Emergency Fund (HEF) from the Scottish Government to provide relief to those affected by the desperate food emergency in South Sudan.
24 May 2021
Thanks to your help and the support of the Scottish Government, we are now working with more than 1,000 farming families in the region of Kabwe to improve income and livelihoods.
8 January 2021
Shidalah is six years old. He lives in South Sudan, one of the poorest countries in the world. A country torn apart by violence, conflict and hunger.
30 June 2020
If Concy's parents had survived, she wouldn't have had to take on the burden of providing for her family. Life would still be hard, but it wouldn't be a daily struggle for survival.
10 October 2019
Laura Hamilton examines how your support for some of the poorest people in the world helps them grow more food and earn a living.
15 August 2019
At 40 years old, Eleam Diida became a widow with six children to care for and no job to bring in an income. With your help and support from the UK government's Aid Match programme she's now opened the doors of her own shop.