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Christian Aid is a charity, a company, and an aid to those in less developed countries than our own

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Describe The Work Of One Agency Working For World Development "We Believe in Life Before Death." This is Christian Aid's Motto; Christian Aid is a charity, a company, and an aid to those in less developed countries than our own. It is one of many charitable based organisations that works on many projects set up to improve the lifestyles of the people in these country's. Justice and compassion are principles, which Christian Aid has; they are closely linked to many Churches and other organisations run by Christians. Though this maybe so they give aid to whoever needs it regardless of religion, race or culture. ...read more.

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The �40 million pounds goes out to the many different issues and problems, which Christian Aid face daily in their fight to help solve the troubles that are based highly in less developed countries. One of these problems is the increase of HIV affected people in these stricken countries. Worldwide there are 40 million people who are HIV positive, there are possible more than this number due to many people unaware that they had caught this disease. Christian Aid's campaign is to challenge poverty, which fuels the spread of the HIV epidemic, worsening the impact on the human population. ...read more.

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Women are particularly vulnerable to catching this disease, due to increase of rape within the African countries. Christian Aid believe that one way of tackling the spread of this illness is by raising the awareness of it and caring for those who are suffering from aids related illnesses. Awareness of it in both Britain and less developed countries allow Christian Aid to help work with each community more easily so that both Christian Aid workers and individuals of the community to help one another to help tackle the awareness of HIV and other illnesses related to it. Claire Basiuk R.E Coursework-AIII Hartshead High Candidate No. 5015 Centre No. 33503 ...read more.

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