The Rohingya Crisis

Please help us to provide lifesaving therapeutic food to malnourished children in Cox's Bazar camp, Bangladesh.

Dominic MacSorley and Jerry Merx talking with Mary Robinson during her visit to Concern's programmes. Photo: Concern Worldwide.

Reflections on the Rwandan genocide

Concern CEO, Dominic MacSorley, led Concern's response to the tragedy that unfolded in Rwanda 25 years ago and shares his recollections of the devastating aftermath of the genocide.

Malawi cyclone appeal floods 2019

Emergency appeal

1.7 million people in Malawi and Mozambique are struggling to survive the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. Please give what you can. 

Our Concern works

We work with the world's poorest people to transform their lives. Together with our amazing supporters, we are working for a world free from hunger and poverty. Find out more about us, the countries where we work and how you can help.


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This little piggy could provide security and income to a family in Malawi.

Clean Water

Clean Water could improve health and boost local economies.


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What they said

Deli, 3, holds the sweet potatoes that her mother, Monica has grown with the help of Concern's RAIN programme in Zambia. Photo taken by Gareth Bentley/Concern Worldwide.

Testimonials from the many friends and supporters of Concern Worldwide across the globe.

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