With no belongings, no money, no potential to work, and a return to their burnt out villages looking unlikely in the short term, the Rohingya refugees continue to live on a knife-edge.
Proceeds from Nicola Sturgeon's Christmas card to come to SCIAF
Tina’s life was changed beyond recognition in the war.
Amidst the violence and overshadowed by the legacy of the war in El Salvador, the rights and aspirations of people with disabilities are largely ignored.
Father Owen Ness had defied the odds to climb Britain’s highest mountain and raise money for Real Gifts.
Our first ever Gala Dinner was a great success.
One of only 500 special edition Celtic Opus’ will go under the hammer at SCIAF’s first ever Gala Dinner to raise money to help some of the poorest people in the world.
There's still time to book your seat at our very first Gala Dinner to raise money to help some of the world’s poorest people get the support they need to work their way out of poverty.
We are dismayed by the violence and destruction that has forced hundreds of thousands to flee to Bangladesh, and the resulting humanitarian crisis.
Dr Ricardo Navarro, Director of CESTA, a SCIAF-supported charity in El Salvador, says climate change is already killing people.
We’ve joined forces with other major international development organisations to challenge the Scottish Government to protect the world’s poorest people.
This month, millions of poverty-stricken people in South Asia were devastated by flooding following the heaviest rainfall in more than 15 years.