World Aids Day 2017
Stories from the Global Forum on Human Resources for Health
Ireland and Kenya: an evolving relationship
Ireland ships 75 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Somalia
Minister Coveney visits the Horn of Africa
Minister Cannon’s visit to South Africa
Science for Development Award at BTYSTE
Minister Cannon visits Tanzania
Ireland’s response to the mudslide and flooding in Freetown, Sierra Leone
Panti Bliss aka Rory O Neill - Visit to Vietnam
Irish Aid at Electric Picnic
Pass it Back Comes to Belfast!
Ireland responding to the crises in East Africa
Civilians are Not a Target: World Humanitarian Day 2017
Ireland’s funding to the UN Central Emergency Response Fund reaches €22 million in 2017
Promoting Irish-African Business links in Agri-Food Sector
Today, 20th June, is World Refugee Day. This day offers us an opportunity to reflect on the tragedies that have forced so many individuals and communities to leave their homes. It can also be a day which inspires us to redouble our efforts to assist the huge numbers of refugees and people displaced within their own countries.
Letter from Minister of State Joe McHugh
Ireland airlifts supplies to help South Sudanese refugees
Ireland’s support helps make Lao PDR safe from unexploded bombs
Rory O'Neill/Panti Bliss highlights Ireland's work to address human rights and HIV/AIDS challenges in southern Africa
Africa Day 2017
Ireland marking the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
Dr Mark Dybul of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB & Malaria speaks at Global Health event in Dublin3/5/17
In January 2017, Dr Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, visited Dublin to meet with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Ireland pledges €4 million in response to humanitarian crisis in Yemen
Irish Aid airlifts over 100 tonnes of humanitarian relief supplies into Somalia. This airlift, worth over €600,000, compliments Ireland’s humanitarian response to the Somalia crisis, the continuing severe drought and displacement in the country, and the risk of famine.
Ireland has pledged a further €25 million to the Syrian crisis for 2017, at a high-level pledging conference in Brussels.
World Malaria Day 2017
World Water Day 2017: Water Aid in Humanitarian Crises
Rhino statues 'greened' for conservation awareness
Irish Aid marks 10 Years of the Emergency Response Fund Scheme
Minister McHugh launches Concern's 'Shattered Lives' report on 6th anniversary of Syrian crisis
Minister of State Joe McHugh T.D. in Jordan and Lebanon
Science for Development Award Winners - St Patrick’s Day Áras an Uachtaráin trip
Ireland’s humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people
Ireland Pledges €30 million to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria
Ireland’s Humanitarian Assistance in 2016
For People and Planet, the Launch of the 2017 Our World Irish Aid Awards