Ellen Matupi discusses the climate crisis. The poorest half of humanity are least responsible for the climate change yet are being hit first and worst by a crisis they did little to cause.
Civil society coalition issues rallying cry for Scotland from mass mobilization in Madrid.
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SCIAF will join thousands of others in Madrid for COP 25 to demand urgent action so that climate justice is delivered for all.
Aisling Gallacher opens up about her trip to Southern Africa where the people of Zambia are suffering its worst drought since the 1980s.
Laurie from Holyrood Secondary School interviews SCIAF Communications officer Ian Dunn on his recent trip to Malawi.
Through Scottish Government funding, SCIAF strive to help provide essential aid to 6,000 people in Syria whose lives have been torn apart by war.
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Through learning and taking action, our young people have a crucial role to play in creating a brighter future for everyone.
Kenneth Sadler has supported SCIAF as a parish contact for 13 years. He took some time to tell us what being involved in SCIAF's work means to him.
Laura Hamilton examines how your support for some of the poorest people in the world helps them grow more food and earn a living.
We are campaigning for Scotland and the UK to do more to tackle climate change in the name of the poorest and most vulnerable, who have done the least to cause this crisis.