20th February, 18
Waterworks for a Thirsty World has just transferred $21,345 to the Shyira Anglican Diocese of Rwanda. The money is to build 10 water tanks which will provide over 6000 people from the districts of Musanze, Burera, Gakenke in North West Rwanda accessible clean safe water!Continue reading
13th February, 18
The people of a village in Zimbawe used to walk 10 km to draw water from shallow wells. The village, now has water. The new borehole provides fresh water for about 7000 people living in the area, supplying water to 7 schools and 700 rural households. The water is not just for drinking, it’s good for cooking, washing and even farming. Can you imagine how their lives are changed?
But how did it happen?Continue reading
18th January, 18
In Rwanda Anglican Aid partners with the Shyira Diocese and has known Bishop Laurent Mbanda through our Egg a Day Program
Bishop Laurent has been elected the Archbishop and Primate of Rwanda. Continue readingContinue reading
24th October, 17
Leaders of the Sudan Church of Christ (SCOC) have been detained for some hours in the capital, Khartoum, during which they were ordered to hand over ownership of their church to government officials, by transferring authority from an elected committee to a state-sanctioned rival committee.Continue reading
21st September, 17
Six days after a Pakistani Christian was sentenced to death for blasphemy, the young man’s lawyer says there was insufficient evidence against his client and that the police failed to investigate the matter properly.
Nadeem Masih, 24, from the Yaqoobabad area of the religiously conservative city of Gujrat, in Punjab Province, was judged to have sent four messages via WhatsApp to his Muslim friend which defamed Islam’s prophet, Muhammad. On 14 September, he was fined the equivalent of around $3000 and sentenced to death.Continue reading