Following claims that Syrian government forces are preparing an attack on Idlib, SCIAF has joined international calls urging them to halt an attack which would cause vast human suffering for the millions of civilians in the region.
Archbishop Philip Tartaglia has urged people to come along to a charity car wash at Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception Church on Maryhill Road in Glasgow on Saturday 1st September.
You've raised nearly £3.2million to help people in need around the world! THANK YOU!
Over a hundred people turned up for the launch event in Edinburgh last night.
Your support is helping thousands of people who've been devastated by "flood of the century".
Today we’re celebrating the wonderful work of humanitarian aid workers around the world.
By SCIAF's Director Alistair Dutton.
We’re delighted to have been chosen to manage a new £3.2 million programme for the Scottish Government which will help communities in southern Malawi.
SCIAF has issued the following statement in response to the civil unrest in Nicaragua and the deaths of over 200 people.
We’ve joined forces with renowned Scottish photographer Simon Murphy and Justice and Peace Scotland to bring traumatic images and stories of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh to life in an amazing photography exhibition launched in Glasgow on World Refugee
Monday 18th May marks the 3rd anniversary of Pope’s Francis encyclical letter Laudato Si’ “On care for our common home”.
We've committed £100,000 to give thousands of people in South Sudan food, shelter and emergency supplies.