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# Trócaire

Last month
March 2024
Irish Aid worker says climate change poses 'existential threat' to Malawi
Humanitarian aid airdrop kills five people and injures 10 in northern Gaza
This year
Trócaire calls for 'justice' for partner Palestinian lawyers killed by Israeli strikes in Gaza
Diary of an aid worker in Gaza: 'I go to the local market. There is nothing to buy.'
The Journal Team
All time
'A cop out': Calls for government to take a stand as over 100 Irish politicians sign letter opposing West Bank annexation
Opinion: The virus may rapidly spread to countries that lack even the most basic resources to fight it
Caoimhe de Barra
Trócaire cancels all public outreach activities during its Lenten Appeal
Intimidation and checks: My trip to Palestine brought back memories of Crossmaglen during the Troubles
Oisín McConville
'A truly remarkable person': Tributes paid to Trócaire worker of 37 years Sally O'Neill
'Irish people are very generous, partly because of the effect the Famine had on us'
Welcome to Bidi Bidi - the largest refugee settlement in the world
55-year-old Irishman to become oldest person to travel around the world on a bike
'I would do what it takes to survive': former child soldier tells of his time in Kony's army
A change collection that became an Irish institution is back
'We need to avert our gaze from the White House circus and focus on what matters'
Dominic MacSorley
Up to €8,000 stolen from Trocaire boxes in Clare church
'Even going to the gynaecologist might be seen as cheating': Changing how one country views its women
Young girl who featured on 2004 Trócaire box visits Ireland to say thank you
Explainer: Why tens of thousands face starvation in war-torn South Sudan
Take a walk through Kangemi slum, where Nairobi's poorest fight to survive
Blind in one eye, crippled by pain, Teresina does without meals so her kids can eat
Former president Mary Robinson is very happy with the Pope
Trócaire workers evacuated after fighting breaks out in South Sudan
Trócaire Lenten boxes raise over €6m this year
20 Years On: Rwandans learn to live beside the men who killed their children
Is Ireland doing enough to help the global fight against AIDS?
Over €4 million left to Trócaire in wills last year
9 striking photos from some of the worst crises of the past 40 years
Trócaire "mystified" by "weak" draft climate change bill
In pics: 40 years of the Trócaire Lenten box
Poll: Do you have a Trócaire box in the house?
Mary Robinson in drought stricken Horn of Africa
Ireland to give extra €1m in aid to Horn of Africa
Op-ed: An earthquake devastated Haiti - but so too did poverty
Justin Kilcullen