• Read Lily of the Valley South Africa

    Lily of the Valley

    Lily of the Valley is a residental home and care centre for children in South Africa. These children have experienced trauma and often have intellectual or physical disabilities, are orphaned and many have HIV/AIDS. Lily of the Valley provides full-time residential care for these children and equips them with the skills to survive once they are old enough to leave.

  • Read Timion Disability Support for Syrian Refugees Syria

    Timion Disability Support for Syrian Refugees

    The life of a Syrian refugee is full of despair, uncertainty and suffering. Add onto this a disability and life can be unbearable. Timion, Anglican Aid's partner, is working to support Syrian children with disabilities living as refugees through providing occupational therapy and mobility support (i.e. wheelchairs and posture chairs).

  • Read The Fishers Net South Africa

    The Fishers Net

    The Fishers Net is a project that provides sport and recreational activities for at risk youth in South Africa.

  • Read Ministry of Mercy to Asylum Seekers Australia

    Ministry of Mercy to Asylum Seekers

    Liverpool South Anglican Church have been involved in providing emergency services, community support and ESL classes for around five years.

  • Read WeBelong Inc supporting Jesus Clubs Australia

    WeBelong Inc supporting Jesus Clubs

    Jesus Club is a ministry for people with intellectual disabilities that aims to make Jesus known through Bible teaching and genuine friendship.

  • Read Gambella Anglican Centre Ethiopia

    Gambella Anglican Centre

    The Anglican Centre in Gambella is a multi-use community centre that serves the needs of the surrounding community. The region is often in drought so in order to maintain a reliable water source, Anglican Aid is providing the Centre with water tanks, a pump and a latrine block.

  • Read Mugumu Safe House Tanzania

    Mugumu Safe House

    The Mugumu Safe House provides refuge for girls fleeing from the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).

  • Read Fiji Flood Fiji

    Fiji Flood

    Anglican Aid responded with emergency aid to a flood in Fiji late 2016. This appeal has now closed.

  • Read Tanzania Earthquake Emergency Tanzania

    Tanzania Earthquake Emergency

    On the 10th of September a magnitude 5.7 earthquake hit northern Tanzania causing loss of life, injury and extreme damage to important infrastructure.

  • Read Viet-Aust Bac Ai Association (VABAA) Vietnam

    Viet-Aust Bac Ai Association (VABAA)

    Viet-Aust Bac Ai Association (VABAA) was formed by a group of young Vietnamese Australians to create public awareness and raise funds for disadvantaged communities in Vietnam.

  • Read Hope Motlhope Student Centre South Africa

    Hope Motlhope Student Centre

    The construction of the Hope Motlhope Student Centre will enable George Whitefield College to increase the capacity of residential students and the quality of it's theological education through the development of their campus and facilities.

  • Read AmFuture Uganda

    AmFuture

    AmFuture is short for "I am the Future", a name that inspires hope among the young people of Uganda in a country struggling with the highest youth unemployment in Africa. AmFuture provides support and opportunities for young people to gain employment and change their future.

  • Read Alexandria Maternal and Child Health (closing 31 December 2017) Syria

    Alexandria Maternal and Child Health (closing 31 December 2017)

    The Alexandria Maternal and Child Health program supports Syrian refugees and asylum seekers taking refuge in Egypt due to the ongoing military conflict in their country

  • Read Damascus Church Aid Syria

    Damascus Church Aid

    Pastor Samir and Pastor Serop are reaching out to the people of Syria with practical aid to hundreds of internally displaced refugees.

  • Read Tokidz Zambia

    Tokidz

    Whilst the education system in Zambia has improved in recent years due to the Government's introduction of free primary school education, 47% of children are still struggling to finish primary school due to under-staffed and under-resourced schools. Tokidz is an e-learning system design to provide children with affordable elearning resources to raise their educational standards.

  • Read Intsika Community Outreach South Africa

    Intsika Community Outreach

    Intsika is the Zulu word for pillar. Intsika Community Outreach provides educational assistance and mentoring to vulnerable children in South Africa's townships.

  • Read Women Inside Syria Syria

    Women Inside Syria

    Anglican Aid is helping mothers inside Syria who are slipping into prostitution in order to feed their families.

  • Read Victims of Easter Day’s Bombing in Pakistan Appeal Completed Projects

    Victims of Easter Day’s Bombing in Pakistan Appeal

    Support the Victims of Easter Sunday's Bombing in Lahore, Pakistan

  • Read Tanzanian Teacher Training Completed Projects

    Tanzanian Teacher Training

    The Tanzanian Government allows schools to teach Bible knowledge within their Curriculum. However, most teacher's don't have the qualifications needed to teach the subject. CMS missionaries Andy and Jenny Bennett are working together with Anglican Aid to train Bible teachers to send to around 100 schools in Tanzania.

  • Read George Whitefield College Bursary - Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

    George Whitefield College Bursary - Zimbabwe

    The George Whitefield College bursary is designed to support the development and education of Zimbabwe's future leaders

  • Read AFES Zimbabwe - Moore College Bursary Zimbabwe

    AFES Zimbabwe - Moore College Bursary

    Anglican Aid, in partnership with Moore Theological College in Sydney, is providing a bursary to a student involved with AFES in Zimbabwe to complete Theological training at Moore College before heading back to Zimbabwe to get involved in University ministry.

  • Read Honey World Zimbabwe

    Honey World

    Once an agricultural giant, Zimbabwe now relies on foreign aid to feed it's hungry population. Honey World aims to improve the lives of women and other at risk community members by involving them in the process of honey production.

  • Read Good Shepherd School Lebanon LebanonSyria

    Good Shepherd School Lebanon

    Syrian refugees living in Lebanon are living in inhumane conditions. Refugee children are uneducated, left unattended, undernourished and underdeveloped. Rev. Emil and his wife run a school to help these children. They provide food, clothing and medical treatment and seek help for children who are suffering from past abuse and trauma.

  • Read Ethiopia Famine Relief Appeal Ethiopia

    Ethiopia Famine Relief Appeal

    Northern Ethiopia is in the grip of the worst famine to hit the region in fifty years. Up to 20 million people are expected to be affected by severe acute food insecurity. This would make Ethiopian people the most acutely food insecure population in the world…

  • Read Fiji Cyclone Fiji

    Fiji Cyclone

    Anglican Aid launched an emergency appeal in February 2016 for victims of Cyclone Winston. This appeal has now closed.

  • Read Child Transformation (Parivarthana) India

    Child Transformation (Parivarthana)

    Anglican Aid's partner, Transformation International (Parivarthana means 'transformation' in Kannada), works through local pastors in isolated rural areas in Southern India. They provide support and education for orphaned and vulnerable children and empower poor families through helping them establish micro-enterprises to increase their income security.

  • Read Macarthur Indigenous Reconciliation and Restoration Ministry Australia

    Macarthur Indigenous Reconciliation and Restoration Ministry

    The Macarthur region, comprised of Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly, is home to the second largest Indigenous population in NSW. Michael Duckett, the pastor of Macarthur Indigenous Church, is seeking to promote a ministry of reconciliation through restoring broken relationships between Indigenous groups (both family and organisational) and the broader Australian community.

  • Read Bangalore Women’s Safe House India

    Bangalore Women’s Safe House

    Around 70% of women in India are victims of some form of domestic violence according to Renuka Chowdhury, former Union minister for Women and Child Development. Tasalli (a Hindi word meaning comfort or shelter), also known as the Bangalore Women's Safe House, is assisting women in India by providing proficient services to protect women subjected to violence and abuse.

  • Read Growing Hope - Women and Children’s Development Myanmar

    Growing Hope - Women and Children’s Development

    The Women’s and Children’s Development project in Myanmar seeks both to care for orphans and empower women. Myanmar is one of the poorest countries in the world and women and children bear the brunt of poverty and inequality.

  • Read Annalevi HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention Indonesia

    Annalevi HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention

    The Annalevi HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention project aims to educate people living in remote areas of Indonesia about the causes of HIV and to treat those infected by the disease.

  • Read Heart of Mercy Elementary Christian School Zimbabwe

    Heart of Mercy Elementary Christian School

    The Heart of Mercy Elementary Christian School in Zimbabwe is undergoing a transformation. Together with St Mathew's West Pennant Hills, Anglican Aid is supporting a project to improve Zimbabwe’s education system.

  • Read Victoria Hospital Pakistan

    Victoria Hospital

    The Victoria Hospital in Multan, Pakistan, is currently under construction. In the next 5-10 years the hospital will be able to cater for thousands of families who would otherwise have no access to affordable healthcare.

  • Read St Andrew’s School India

    St Andrew’s School

    St Andrew’s School is situated in Hyderabad, India. It is in the midst of slums within the centre of the city where there is an average of 11 people living in a 1 to 2 room dwelling.

  • Read Kanga Kids Sierra Leone

    Kanga Kids

    Anglican Aid, in partnership with Kanga Schools, is helping improve the education system Sierra Leone.

  • Read Othandweni Respite Unit South Africa

    Othandweni Respite Unit

    Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT) is a non-profit organisation located in the Valley of 1000 Hills region of South Africa. HACT operates the Othandweni (‘Place of Love’ in isiZulu language) Respite Unit, which is the only such unit in the region to provide end-stage palliative care for impoverished AIDS patients.

  • Read Tanzania Leadership Development Tanzania

    Tanzania Leadership Development

    Anglican Aid and the Diocese of Mara, the Diocese of Tarime and the Diocese of Ruaha are working alongside Christians through selecting one student from each Diocese to study theology for three years at the Ugandan Christian University. The aim is to invest in Gospel leadership in Tanzania.

  • Read Bunda Bible College Tanzania

    Bunda Bible College

    Bunda Bible College is a rural Bible College located in the Diocese of Mara. Students are able to study Biblical studies up to a diploma level with the aim to better equip themselves for lay or ordained ministry.

  • Read Discipleship and Development Tanzania

    Discipleship and Development

    Anglican Aid is partnering with the Anglican Church of Tanzania to train future leaders within the Diocese of Mara. The aim is to equip and enable Africans to solve the future problems of Africa.

  • Read Syrian Refugees - Where Most Needed Syria

    Syrian Refugees - Where Most Needed

    The conflict in Syria has resulted in millions of Syrians fleeing from their homes to seek refuge in neighbouring countries such as Egypt and Lebanon. Anglican Aid is working with it's partners to response with the love of Jesus to the needs of these desperate people.

  • Read Rock Solid Education - Petra School Zimbabwe

    Rock Solid Education - Petra School

    Rock Solid Education enables disadvantaged and disabled children in Zimbabwe to attend high school; an opportunity usually only available to a privileged few.

  • Read Adjumani Refugee Camp South Sudan

    Adjumani Refugee Camp

    Northern Uganda's Moyo District is home to a network of UNHCR camps known as Adjumani. Since the beginning of the South Sudan Civil War in December 2013, over 95,000 people have fled to Uganda seeking safety from civil strife.

  • Read Johannesburg Bible College South Africa

    Johannesburg Bible College

    Johannesburg Bible College (JBC) was established in 2005 by the Revd. Dr. N.D. Schluter to equip and inspire men and women for Bible teaching ministry. It was established to provide practical Bible handling skills for Bible teachers, especially those who could not access more formal theological colleges.

  • Read Timion Disability Counselling and Community Development South Africa

    Timion Disability Counselling and Community Development

    The Timion Counselling Project seeks to help children living with disabilities in the townships of South Africa. They provide therapy, fit and issue specialised equipment and education for carers.

  • Read Sustainable Livelihoods (Kitgum) Uganda

    Sustainable Livelihoods (Kitgum)

    You won't read about the massacres that took place in the Kitgum region under Joseph Kony, who controlled the area for many years before fleeing Uganda for Central African Republic, but the ghosts of Kony live on. The area has been destroyed and the infrastructure needs to be rebuilt. People need to learn how to provide for themselves again.

  • Read GRACE Project Nepal

    GRACE Project

    Anglican Aid continues to support the relief and development effort in Nepal following the earthquake which struck between Pokhara and Kathmandu on the 25th of April, 2015.

  • Read Gambella Bible College Ethiopia

    Gambella Bible College

    Named after the first Bishop of the Church in Ethiopia, the St. Frumentius Anglican Theological College (also known as Gambella Bible College) opened in June 2015 on the grounds of the Gambella Anglican Centre.

  • Read Lake Rukwa Capacity Building and Preschool Tanzania

    Lake Rukwa Capacity Building and Preschool

    Lake Rukwa is a growing area in Tanzania as many people from tribal backgrounds are moving into the area, looking for both land and opportunity. As such, the Anglican Diocese in Lake Rukwa is well placed to be able to provide services and help to this growing area.

  • Read BERTH Community Development Philippines

    BERTH Community Development

    The Bamboo Earth Homes Project (BERTH) is a non-profit organisation aimed at assisting very low income families in the Philippines to acquire a home.

  • Read Sustainable Livelihoods (CCMP) Rwanda

    Sustainable Livelihoods (CCMP)

    The purpose of the Sustainable Livelihoods CCMP (Church and Community Mobilisation Project) in Rwanda is to continue to rebuild after the devastating genocide of 20 years ago.

  • Read SOAR - Giving Hope to Children with a Disability China

    SOAR - Giving Hope to Children with a Disability

    The SOAR project aims to care for precious disabled children who have been abandoned in China.

  • Read Ebola Crisis Completed Projects

    Ebola Crisis

    After establishing a partnership with a well known evangelical service agency, Anglican Aid launched an appeal to provide support to the ELWA Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia. Anglican Aid provided money for personal protective equipment (PPE), medicine, medical supplies and linen.

  • Read Egg a Day Rwanda

    Egg a Day

    What if the humble egg could... end child hunger? make kids smarter, taller and stronger? provide jobs for the unemployed?

  • Read Caring for Migrants and Refugees - West Ryde Anglican Church Completed Projects

    Caring for Migrants and Refugees - West Ryde Anglican Church

    Migrants in our community have a variety of needs. Some are marginalised by lack of English proficiency, while others, even with English proficiency, feel isolated and long to be connected into relationships, both for themselves and for their children.

  • Read Hub of Hope - Petersham Anglican Church Australia

    Hub of Hope - Petersham Anglican Church

    Born out of "Connect 09" the Hub of Hope is a ministry to people residing in local boarding houses.

  • Read Break the Cycle - Glenquarie Anglican Church Australia

    Break the Cycle - Glenquarie Anglican Church

    Break the Cycle Glenquarie community care program offers support and pastoral care through the employment of a Community Chaplain.

  • Read Scarred Tree - Glebe Anglican Church Australia

    Scarred Tree - Glebe Anglican Church

    The Scarred Tree is a project of St John’s Glebe and Anglican Aid. It brings healing and honour to Indigenous Australians scarred by trauma, exclusion and injustice.

  • Read Dapto Street Crew - Dapto Anglican Church Australia

    Dapto Street Crew - Dapto Anglican Church

    Dapto Street Crew aims to serve and support at risk young people through early intervention and changing youth culture.

  • Read Common Ground - Corrimal Anglican Church Australia

    Common Ground - Corrimal Anglican Church

    This project seeks to develop healthy children in healthy families in the Corrimal Parish by providing a healthy community of care.

  • Read Caring for Asylum Seekers & Refugees- St Philip’s Auburn Australia

    Caring for Asylum Seekers & Refugees- St Philip’s Auburn

    Auburn is one the most multi-ethnic communities in Sydney with a large number of new migrants. Many of these migrants are ‘irregular maritime arrivals’ (asylum seekers) with very little ability or resources to access and prepare food.

  • Read 000 Ministries - Ashbury Anglican Church Completed Projects

    000 Ministries - Ashbury Anglican Church

    000 Ministries supports, encourages and reaches out to those who work in the Emergency services. Within these professions there is a large amount of social dislocation due to shift work, post traumatic stress disorder due to the horrific nature of the work over a prolonged period, along with difficulties settling into church or other community programs.

  • Read One4Life - South Sydney Anglican Church Australia

    One4Life - South Sydney Anglican Church

    The One4Life program supports people living in the Redfern/Waterloo areas in their daily struggles towards better living habits by establishing healthy, positive relationships in a loving environment.

  • Read Bread of Life (CHERISH) - Surry Hills Anglican Church Completed Projects

    Bread of Life (CHERISH) - Surry Hills Anglican Church

    CHERISH is the community care arm of St Michael's Anglican Church, Surry Hills. Under CHERISH are the Bread of Life and the Friendship Club. Bread of Life provides food for the day and food for eternity to homeless and marginalised people every Sunday morning in the parish hall of St Michael's.

  • Read Zambia’s Child Zambia

    Zambia’s Child

    In Zambia’s Bulangililo district, over half the population are illiterate and live below the poverty line. Most people are unable to send their children to high school and later to tertiary schools. Most children drop out of school and end up on the streets, as they cannot afford to learn income-generating skills.

  • Read All Saints Community Care - Nowra Anglican Church Australia

    All Saints Community Care - Nowra Anglican Church

    All Saints Community Care (ASCC) provides emergency relief assistance to those in the Shoalhaven community who are financially vulnerable, especially in times of crisis.

  • Read Healthy Families - Pitt Town Anglican Church Australia

    Healthy Families - Pitt Town Anglican Church

    The Healthy Families, Healthy Community project is designed to support families in the Pitt Town area and, consequently, to improve community life for all.

  • Read Darlinghurst Community Services - St John’s Anglican Church Australia

    Darlinghurst Community Services - St John’s Anglican Church

    Rough Edges and the Community Assistance and Partnership Program (CAPP) are initiatives of St John’s Darlinghurst, supported by Anglican Aid, to serve the King’s Cross community.

  • Read Bookworms Reading Group - South Coogee Anglican Church Australia

    Bookworms Reading Group - South Coogee Anglican Church

    If you were passing by the community room at Elphinstone Road Housing Department Block on a Thursday afternoon, you would likely see a big ‘BOOKWORMS’ banner and hear the low murmur of children reading aloud.

  • Read Lunch & Leisure Club - Riverwood-Punchbowl Anglican Church Australia

    Lunch & Leisure Club - Riverwood-Punchbowl Anglican Church

    According to SANE Australia, approximately one in five Australians is affected by mental illness every year. Mental illness is a major cause of social isolation and marginalisation in Australia.

  • Read Building Community and Leadership - Sadleir Anglican Church Australia

    Building Community and Leadership - Sadleir Anglican Church

    Anglican Aid works together with St Mark’s Anglican Sadleir to provide support to members of this ethnically diverse community.

  • Read New Settler Project - Campsie Anglican Church Australia

    New Settler Project - Campsie Anglican Church

    Anglican Aid and Campsie Anglicans are providing support to new migrants within the ethnically diverse suburb of Campsie.

  • Read Theological Scholarships (UCU) Uganda

    Theological Scholarships (UCU)

    Anglican Aid and the Ugandan Christian University (UCU) have partnered to recruit and train the next generation of gospel ministers in Uganda.

  • Read Sustainable Livelihoods (Bugayi Parish) Uganda

    Sustainable Livelihoods (Bugayi Parish)

    Despite the fact that Uganda’s Bugayi district has rich, fertile soils and relatively reliable annual rainfall, only 42 per cent of the population receive one or more balanced meals per day.

  • Read Lake Rukwa Clergy Training Tanzania

    Lake Rukwa Clergy Training

    Lake Rukwa is a young Anglican Diocese in south-western Tanzania, formed in 2010. It seeks to serve a significant growth area in Tanzania. People from many different parts of Tanzania and from many tribal backgrounds are moving into the area looking for both land and opportunity.

  • Read Bunda Girls Secondary School Tanzania

    Bunda Girls Secondary School

    In Tanzania, selection of pupils from primary schools to enter secondary education is very competitive. Girls’ performance is lower than that of boys due to the extra household duties girls are expected to complete, which deny them time to concentrate on studies.

  • Read Buigiri Braille School Tanzania

    Buigiri Braille School

    Buigiri School for the Blind has an outstanding track record in Tanzania’s national examinations for pupils graduating from primary education. However, the school lacks the resources and funds to properly care for children with visual impairment.

  • Read Karagwe Disabilities Project Tanzania

    Karagwe Disabilities Project

    Anglican Aid works with the Anglican Church of Tanzania to support disabled children in Karagwe in Tanzania through income generation, education and promoting social inclusion.

  • Read Mara Young Men’s Vocational Training Tanzania

    Mara Young Men’s Vocational Training

    In the Mara region of Tanzania, youth unemployment is high and many struggle to meet their daily needs, especially when crops fail. Mara Young Men's Vocational Training provides young men with skills in carpentry in order to increase their income generating capacity and lift them and their families out of poverty.

  • Read Umthombo weMpilo (Women’s empowerment) South Africa

    Umthombo weMpilo (Women’s empowerment)

    Hillbrow is to Johannesburg what Kings Cross is to Sydney - except much, much worse. It is one of the most densely populated places in South Africa and is known for violence, crime, extreme poverty and – especially – enslavement of women. Unless paying a visit to one of the suburb’s many brothels, locals and visitors alike avoid the area at all costs.

  • Read Children’s Nutrition at Jabarouna IDP Camp Completed Projects

    Children’s Nutrition at Jabarouna IDP Camp

    NuWEDA (Nuba Women for Education and Development Association) is seeking help from Anglican Aid to provide basic nutrition for their children. “Basic” it certainly is: meal and a cup of milk each day to reduce malnutrition and give the children energy to study.

  • Read EMERGENCY All Saint Church Pakistan Completed Projects

    EMERGENCY All Saint Church Pakistan

    Anglican Aid supported All Saints' Anglican Church in Peshwar, Pakistan after a pair of bombers, linked to the Taliban, detonated explosives at the historic All Saints’ Anglican Church, killing up to 200 people.

  • Read Projek Bali Kids Indonesia

    Projek Bali Kids

    Projek Bali Kid's is a collections of children's centres that provide support for 470 orphans and vulnerable children from some of Bali’s poorest and most remote areas.

  • Read Eye Openers India

    Eye Openers

    The Eye Openers Opthalmology Program aims to improve the health and livelihood of poor village people in India. The purpose is to improve the sight of people surgically and with eye drops and spectacles and to promote their independence.

  • Read Anugrah Disabilities India

    Anugrah Disabilities

    This program aims to improve identification and intervention for children with disabilities, to carry out rehabilitation and education and to encourage inclusion in the community of people with disabilities.

  • Read Women’s Safe House and Care Centre Vanuatu

    Women’s Safe House and Care Centre

    Anglican Aid has partnered with the Diocese of Vanuatu to provide a safe house for women experiencing domestic violence.

  • Read Katakwe (Theological Education by Extension) Kenya

    Katakwe (Theological Education by Extension)

    Anglican Aid and the Diocese of Katakwe have partnered to provide theological training to both ordained clergy and lay preachers at a grass roots level.

  • Read Child Survival Project Ethiopia

    Child Survival Project

    Anglican Aid is partnering with the local Mothers’ Union in a new project to improve conditions in the region.

  • Read Refuge Egypt Egypt

    Refuge Egypt

    Anglican Aid, in partnership with Refuge Egypt (RE), supports refugees and asylum seekers taking refuge in Egypt due to war or disaster in their country of origin.

  • Read Alexandria School of Theology Bursaries Egypt

    Alexandria School of Theology Bursaries

    Anglican Aid and the Alexandria School of Theology (AST) are working together to train Christian leaders, clergy and lay people to serve Christ and His Church in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.

  • Read Straight Talk Among Youth in Schools (STAYS) DRC (Congo)

    Straight Talk Among Youth in Schools (STAYS)

    The STAYS project aims to create safe spaces for adolescents to learn about and express their opinions on issues related to sexuality, aids and sexual gender-based violence.

  • Read Malaria Prevention and Treatment DRC (Congo)

    Malaria Prevention and Treatment

    In the Democratic Republic of Congo, malaria remains the major cause of death in children under five, yet simple solutions exist. Sleeping under an impregnated mosquito net, for example, can literally save lives.