Pakistan Floods: Emergency aid for flood victims

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These displaced communities not only face violence and persecution for their faith, but also difficulties accessing food, medical products and shelter. The Diocese of Jos is working to provide for these basic needs whilst also building for the future  through education, infrastructure and income generating projects.

So far the funds have provided emergency food relief to over 35 villages reaching 300 households and impacting 17,000 people, predominantly women and children. One woman, whose husband was murdered by Boko Haram describes the impact that Anglican Aid’s support has had on her family. 

“I have six children to raise, I do not have any work and feeding had become a big challenge… The only assistance I have received to help me with a business to feed the family is the grinding machine. I want to say thank you so much, please give my gratitude to the brothers and sisters in Australia who have made this sacrifice for this assistance”

Please pray for the safety of the team, as well as the villagers, who are constantly at risk of violence and kidnappings. 

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This project is supported by Anglican Aid in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn.

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