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Analyse and explain the work of onereligious agency working for the world of development. In today's modern society there is so much suffering on the world that isunknown to a majority of people. Christian aid helps to relieve people of thissufferi...

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Analyse and explain the work of one religious agency working for the world of development. In today's modern society there is so much suffering on the world that is unknown to a majority of people. Christian aid helps to relieve people of this suffering all round the world. There main aim is to help people to learn how to support themselves and live on there own two feet. In the poorest parts of the world only 9% of people have toilet facilities. ...read more.

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The name was soon changed when the world council of churches was founded in 1948 and the work became part of the British council of churches. It became know as The Department of Inter-Church Aid and Refugee Service. In 1949 the income was at a total of �29,000. The name of Christian aid was adopted in 1964. In the fifties Christian aids main work was in refugees. In 1959 there total income was �483,000. In the sixties Christian Aid responded quickly to the growing food shortage in the world. ...read more.

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Total income was over �31 million. Christian Aids main aim is to make people live on there own 2 feet. They say that they cannot help people who cannot help themselves. The poor must be willing to learn if they are to become self-sufficient. They aim to help relieve the suffering by doing this. With all the suffering around the world Charities like Christian aid are needed. They help thousands of people every year live a happier more peaceful life. They make sure children have a good education and can grow up knowing more about life than just pain and suffering. They give people in the third world countries a chance to live. ...read more.

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