“If it doesn’t rain soon devastation looms” - Anglican Aid’s Operations Manager on location in Kenya
23rd June, 17
Anglican Aid's Operations Manager is currently visiting Anglican Aid's projects throughout Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda and Ethiopia. The Horn of Africa famine and ongoing violence in South Sudan has caused immense devastation throughout this region.Continue reading
9th June, 17
50-80% of Christians have fled Iraq and Syria since the Syrian civil war began in 2011. This photo is of a service at one of the remaining Churches in Syria.
Article courtesy of World Watch Monitor. Used with permission. You can find the original article here.Continue reading
19th May, 17
A Pakistani Christian boy accused of blasphemy for “liking” and “sharing” a Facebook post which “defamed and disrespected” the Kaaba in Mecca – the building at the centre of Islam’s most sacred mosque – has again been refused bail.Continue reading
12th May, 17
Waterworks for a Thirsty World, a fundraising initiative of Anglican Aid, has raised money to support important water projects in vulnerable communities! Here is an update on how the money is being spent and how you can get involved!Continue reading
13th April, 17
The third Bishop of the Diocese of Kajo-Keji, Emmanuel Murye Modi, was consecrated and installed on 15 January 2017. On 20 January, the area was hit by the country’s brutal civil war. By the end of January, Kajo-Keji was all-but evacuated; with some 98 per cent of the population fleeing to Uganda.
The Diocese of Kajo-Keji has also relocated and has set up new headquarters and moved its ecumenical training programme to the Ugandan town of Moyo. “The Moyo District Authorities and the Madi and West Nile Diocese of the Church of Uganda have welcomed the people of Kajo-Keji warmly,” The Bishop sent Anglican Aid, a partner of the diocese a detailed account of his visit to the church in exile in Uganda. His report follows and has not been edited (apart from adding hyperlinks to a support page), so you the reader can understand the situation through the eyes of an African leader. Read more.....Continue reading
9th April, 17
Palm Sunday attacks on Christian churches in Tanta and Alexandria injure more than 100 people, with cause of blasts unknown.Continue reading