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Latest news: A new experience for the Gathering in 2020 - read more

Latest news: Welcome to our new Operations Director UK - read more

Latest blogs: An update from Uganda to our dear supporters - read more

Latest news: Could you be our next UK based Operations Director? - read more

Latest blogs: Humanity until infinity: life and hope in the times of COVID19 - read more

Latest blogs: Providing palliative care for host and refugee communities in Northern Uganda - read more

TwitterLatest tweets: Highlighting Global Giving day on the 15th July. And highlighting the work of PcERC helping to bring palliative car… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

TwitterLatest tweets: Our first ever online gathering took place on Saturday 27th June 2020. We were able to welcome friends from Uganda… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

TwitterLatest tweets: Just one day left to apply to be our Operations Director, a UK based role managing the operations of the charity. T… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

TwitterLatest tweets: An exciting opportunity to become part of a global movement empowering communities to provide palliative care to th… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Cairdeas (pronounced ‘cardis’) is a Gaelic word meaning world-wide friendship and fellowship.

We are a Scottish-based charity which works in partnership with national and international individuals and organisations using a health systems approach to promote and faciliate the provision of high quality palliative care in resource limited settings. We work to promote and facilitate access to palliative care for those in the greatest need in various developing countries regardless of background. We work to achieve this through education, advocacy, mentorship and research. 

Covid-19 Fund

Support our partners in Uganda to provide palliative care to those living through this crisis with life limiting illness.

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