28th September, 19
It is easy to feel overwhelmed by the needs around us. At times we feel like we are powerless to make a difference. The world's problems seem bigger than something one person can change, and we are not sure how our giving or effort can make a difference. But we can effect changes. Our fundraisers and donors had faith that their contribution would amount to something. And they were right. Here's how Waterworks for a Thirsty World is improving lives one community at a time…Continue reading
30th August, 19
How encouraging to hear from Honeyworld Zimbabwe's Tawanda Masango who has now travelled to Rusitu village in eastern Zimbabwe, the location of Honeyworld Zimbabwe and part of the region struck by Cyclone Idai in March 2019. Tawanda and colleagues have developed a plan for rebuilding homes and restoring work and income opportunities in the remote region.Continue reading
28th August, 19
200 people from the Anglican Mission Hospital near Boga, Democratic Republic of Congo, were kidnapped by rebels on last Friday, according to the Bishop of Boga Diocese, William Bahemuka.Continue reading
29th July, 19
We're excited to announce that two books from Anglican Aid's publishing arm, Grace Abounding Books, have been shortlisted for the 2019 Australian Christian Book of the Year Award!
2nd April, 19
As the devastating impact of Cyclone Idai is felt across Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi prayers are now turning to those who are exposed to deadly diseases like cholera and malaria.Continue reading
21st March, 19
Anglican Aid has committed to provide emergency assistance to Zimbabwe and Mozambique in the wake of what some are calling Southern Africa's worst natural disaster.
CEO David Mansfield has urged supporters to pray and give to enable this embattled part of the world to recover from years of difficult conditions. Pray particularly for access to reach those hardest hit by Cyclone Idai and resulting floods and landslides. Many are completely cut off from aid and communications.Continue reading