|14 Mar 17||
Concern Worldwide launches East Africa Crisis Appeal
Concern Worldwide has today launched an East Africa Crisis Appeal for €25 million to help support 1.8 million people urgently in need of food assistance due to drought and conflict across the fragile region.
|8 Mar 17||
Contagion of violence in Syria highlighted in new report from Concern Worldwide
Concern Worldwide is today calling on UN member states and donors to urgently increase protection funding and facilitate humanitarian access to help alleviate the suffering of displaced people living in Syria.
|20 Feb 17||
Famine in South Sudan: Concern appeals for safe aid access in worst-hit areas
Concern Worldwide is calling for world leaders to act immediately to seek peace and prevent the further escalation of famine in war-torn South Sudan.
|9 Feb 17||
Concern warns of major food crisis and “inadequate” response in East Africa
New Concern report, Breaking the Cycle, says more funding is needed for South Sudan and Somalia to cope with food crisis. Current global response is “inadequate".
|16 Jan 17||
Daring new contest launched by Concern
A daring new contest encouraging people to do humanitarian-focused challenges has been launched by Concern Worldwide.
|14 Dec 16||
Concern Worldwide CEO calls for urgent voluntary evacuation of civilians from Aleppo
Dominic MacSorley, Chief Executive of international humanitarian and development agency, Concern Worldwide, is calling today for the urgent evacuation of civilians from Aleppo.
|10 Nov 16||
Kick-a-habit for 24-hours for this year’s Concern Fast
Giving up coffee, Facebook, TV, smoking, smartphone use or even “vocalised pauses” are some ideas for this year’s Fast on Thursday, November 24.
|19 Oct 16||
Concern receives special recognition accolade at inaugural Good Governance Awards 2016
Concern Worldwide warmly accepted the ‘special recognition’ award at the inaugural Good Governance Awards in Dublin last night.
|16 Oct 16||
World's response to Haiti a "disgrace" says Concern CEO
The chief executive of Concern Worldwide has praised Ireland's support to the devastated people of Haiti after Hurricane Matthew - but has described the world's overall response a disgrace.
|14 Oct 16||
Concern Worldwide welcomes Ulster Bank’s support for Hurricane Matthew Haiti Appeal
Concern Worldwide has welcomed an Ulster Bank humanitarian initiative giving people new ways to donate to their Hurricane Matthew Haiti appeal – which includes a dedicated ATM option for the Irish aid agency.