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What does CAFOD do?

We are an international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

We reach out to people living in poverty with practical help, whatever their religion or culture. Through our global Church network, one of the largest in the world, we have the potential to reach everyone. And we campaign for global justice, so that every woman, man and child can live a full and dignified life.

How to get involved with CAFOD

Whether you donatecampaigndownload prayers or volunteer you are saving lives and helping us ensure that no one is beyond reach of the love and care they need.

To find out more visit the CAFOD website:

Fix the Food System













CAFOD's new food campaign is urging the UK government to keep the promises it made at the COP26 climate talks last year and support agricultural systems that tackle the climate crisis as well as putting local communities first.

Our global food system is broken

A few giant corporations put profits before people, and millions of small farmers who grow our food are kept in poverty. This system is bad for the climate too: the way we produce food is responsible for a third of all harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

In addition, climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic and the rising prices of food and agricultural products such as fertilisers as a result of the Ukraine crisis, have together revealed the fragility of our current global food system.

At a time of crisis these impacts are mostly felt in low-income countries, but they also have serious repercussions at home, where earlier this year it was reported that 9% of the UK population didn’t have enough affordable and nutritious food in spite of living in the fifth-largest economy in the world.

Clearly, our current global food system is not working for both people and planet. But together we can play our part in re-thinking it, and challenging the imbalance of power so that it works for everyone.

To find out more and get involved: CLICK HERE

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