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Concern Worldwide is delighted to announce that, for the sixth consecutive year, it has won its category at the Published Accounts Awards, organised by the Chartered Accountants Leinster Society and sponsored by the Irish Stock Exchange.

A global coalition today called on G20 leaders to develop a Middle East Recovery Plan to pull Syria's neighbours back from the brink after more than four years of conflict.

Concern Worldwide, Ireland’s largest humanitarian agency, is delighted to announce the opening of a fundraising office in the Republic of Korea (aka South Korea). 

Concern is assessing the situation in Pakistan and Afghanistan after a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck northern Afghanistan.

Dominic MacSorley, CEO of Concern Worldwide, has welcomed the announcement of an increase in the overseas aid budget.

Concern Worldwide joins with its colleagues in the Start Network in issuing the following statement in relation to the recent bombing of an MSF hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

Concern Worldwide is delighted to announce that its safe burials programme in Ebola-hit Sierra Leone has today won second place at the inaugural EU Health Award at a ceremony in Luxembourg.

According to the Global Hunger Index, armed conflict is seriously threatening the global fight against famine and severe hunger.

Cork County Library is delighted to announce that it is partnering with Concern Worldwide to shine a light on developing countries and the use of solar power technology by Concern.