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Extreme hunger crisis

Families in South Sudan and Somalia are suffering extreme hunger caused by drought.

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Your monthly contribution will provide stability and support for Trócaire's long-term work in the countries that need it most.

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Education resources for early years to post primary exploring the impact of climate change on communities in developing countries, and encouraging learners to develop solutions.

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Trócaire is committed to being fully accountable and transparent about our finances, fundraising and governance.

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Support people in the world's poorest regions to live with independence and dignity.

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Your support helps build a more just world and changes lives for the better.

Working for a Just World

Trócaire is an Irish charity and the overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland. We work with partners in over 20 countries in the developing world to empower communities to improve their lives, meet their basic needs and ensure their human dignity. In Ireland, we raise awareness about the root causes of poverty and injustice, and advocate for change.

What we do

Trócaire provides humanitarian assistance and long-term support to communities in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Last year, 2.4 million people directly benefited from our overseas programmes. In Ireland, we raise awareness about the root causes of poverty and inequality, and campaign on justice issues.

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Hunger, climate change and the fossil fuel connection.

Finances & Accountability

Trócaire is committed to being fully accountable and transparent about our finances, fundraising and governance.

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