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Working with the world's poorest people to transform their lives
Children at Concern's pavement dweller centre in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Bangladesh appeal

Help provide food and shelter

for children living on the

streets of Dhaka.

Charities and transparency

We take a look at the controversial debate

around charity fundraising and transparency.

Mukankaka Seraphine, 38, with her youngest child, Nshimiyimana Olivier, one year six months, at the family's home in southern Rwanda.  She and her husband met and married in Burundi after fleeing Rwanda for their lives in the midst of the genocide.

Recovery and resilience

Twenty years since Rwanda's

genocide, we look back at the

lasting difference our work has made.

Children at Concern's pavement dweller centre in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Mukankaka Seraphine, 38, with her youngest child, Nshimiyimana Olivier, one year six months, at the family's home in southern Rwanda.  She and her husband met and married in Burundi after fleeing Rwanda for their lives in the midst of the genocide.

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.

Felix Musioko is assessed for malnutrition at Concern's charity clinic

Your support saves lives. Regular donations mean we can continue our vital work. Donate now

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

Seeds and tools help communities grow healthy vegetables.

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How money is spent

How money is spent

What we've achieved

Safi Ramadan, a widow with 10 children, is one of the farmers we are helping to train in Tanzania.

Safi Ramadan, a widow with 10 children, is one of the farmers we are helping to train in Tanzania.

Read more success stories.

What we're focused on

Latest updates

Much has been learnt in the years between the Rwandan genocide and now. Senior Humanitarian Advisor with Concern Worldwide Ros O'Sullivan in the following speech talks about the lessons that have paved the way for more accountable and responsible action by the international community. 

Regional Director for Concern Worldwide, Carol Morgan, recently returned from South Sudan. She described the harrowing conditions. 

Concern’s team in South Sudan is closely monitoring the humanitarian situation after recent violence in many parts of the country.