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UK charity fighting global poverty Christian Aid.
Our prophetic journey towards climate justice. As part of our work on climate justice, Christian Aid brought together a group of senior Black church leaders and Christian climate activists of colour, to increase the visibility of their perspectives on environmental issues.
Aid Definition of Aid by Merriam-Webster.
1 a: the act of helping someone climbers in need of aid. b: help given: assistance providing aid and comfort specifically: tangible means of assistance such as money or supplies government aid. 2 a chiefly US: aide worked as a teacher's' aid.
HIV/AIDS Wikipedia.
280 281 The religious approach to prevent the spread of AIDS, according to a report by American health expert Matthew Hanley titled The Catholic Church and the Global AIDS Crisis, argues that cultural changes are needed, including a re-emphasis on fidelity within marriage and sexual abstinence outside of it.
Aid Global-development The Guardian.
Guardian Puzzles app. News, comment and features on aid, aid policy, aid data and aid spending. Aid spending cuts may not get put to Commons vote, No 10 suggests. Denying MPs their say could head off Tory rebellion but potentially open government to legal action.
aid Wiktionary.
He came to my aid when I was foundering. 1827, Henry Hallam, The Constitutional History of England An unconstitutional method of obtaining aid. 1910, Emerson Hough, chapter I, in The Purchase Price: Or The Cause of Compromise, Indianapolis, Ind: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, OCLC 639762314, page 0029.:
Aid Wikipedia.
The provision of emergency humanitarian aid consists of the provision of vital services such as food aid to prevent starvation by aid agencies, and the provision of funding or in-kind services like logistics or transport, usually through aid agencies or the government of the affected country.

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