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"We believe in life after birth" — Christian Aid

This year Christian Aid are focusing on childbirth in Sierra Leone as an example of what donations raised through Christian Aid Week, 12-18 May, could help fund through the work of the charity and its partners' worldwide.

Several of our churches and chapels are celebrating the launch of Christian Aid Week on Sunday May 12th. All are invited to join us to hear how Christian Aid are helping through listening to stories like Jebbeh's who fears that she may die in childbirth.

To learn more or to donate, visit the Christian Aid website at https://donate.christianaid.org.uk

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