|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.
|11 Oct 16||
Concern Worldwide staff on standby to distribute vital aid being airlifted to Haiti by Irish Aid
Concern Worldwide’s emergency response team are on standby to distribute vital supplies being airlifted to Haiti – where over 1.4 million people are in urgent need of aid following the devastation left by Hurricane Matthew.
|10 Oct 16||
Millions will needlessly die if world doesn’t act urgently to end hunger - Global Hunger Index
In advance of Budget 2017, startling figures have emerged today on the fight against global hunger. A shocking 795 million people, 173 times the population of Ireland, are facing hunger every day according to the Global Hunger Index report jointly released today.
|7 Oct 16||
Concern Worldwide issues urgent Hurricane Matthew appeal and sends more staff to Haiti
Following Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, Irish aid worker based in Port-au-Prince warns of “severe” risk of cholera outbreak in vulnerable communities
|4 Oct 16||
Press release: Concern Worldwide responding to Hurricane Matthew in Haiti
Irish aid worker based in Port-au-Prince speaks of fears for thousands living in vulnerable communities.
|21 Sep 16||
Hundreds of caped crusaders go to school for Concern’s new Hunger Heroes campaign
Hundreds of children arrived at their school dressed as superheroes this week as part of a nationwide campaign by Concern Worldwide to reduce hunger and food waste.
|20 Sep 16||
Concern Worldwide condemns ‘heinous’ attack on UN aid convoy
International humanitarian aid agency, Concern Worldwide, has today condemned the attack on a UN aid convoy delivering food relief, which killed 20 people and destroyed 18 trucks laden with supplies for civilians living in rebel-held Aleppo.
|16 Sep 16||
Concern Worldwide calls on world leaders not to waste opportunity for lasting peace in Syria
Ahead of next week’s UN General Assembly in New York, we welcome the seven day fragile ceasefire in Syria and call on world leaders to urgently work on solutions for lasting peace in the region.