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Nicholas Pande is the Project Officer at the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa, based in Nairobi, Kenya. His remit includes food security, health, environmental conservation and climate change adaptation. In this, our third story focusing on waste in different parts of the world, Nicholas talks about two types of waste of particular concern in […]
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“Our world has a problem with waste – and it’s hitting people living in poverty the hardest. Today, two billion people in the world’s poorest countries are living and working among piles of waste – that’s one in four of us. Drinking polluted water. Breathing toxic air. Battling sickness. Each day waste mountains are growing […]
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“Our world has a problem with waste – and it’s hitting people living in poverty the hardest. Today, two billion people in the world’s poorest countries are living and working among piles of waste – that’s one in four of us. Drinking polluted water. Breathing toxic air. Battling sickness. Each day waste mountains are growing […]
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It is often said that in the aftermath of disasters, long after the aid agencies and TV cameras have left, the Church is still there. This is true, but the reality is even more profound: the Church is there before and during the emergency – as well as after it – part of the community, […]
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This World Malaria Day – 25th April –  we celebrate the Isdell:Flowers Cross Border Malaria Initiative. This inspirational programme is having remarkable impact eliminating malaria by engaging local churches and communities, including dioceses in the Provinces of Central and Southern Africa. The latest developments in this initiative were discussed at their Round Table in Livingstone, […]
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“I believe it’s [been] a great conference. The theme and the message of this conference is the Church’s message, it’s Christ’s message in our world: how to be with those who are unprivileged, with those who are in trouble, with those who are suffering and those who are being oppressed. Those people live around us […]
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Anglican Alliance by Revd Rachel Carnegie - 4M ago

Today we hold before God all those in southern Africa who are living with the dire impacts of Cyclone Idai. Heavy rain and flooding have devastated large areas of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, leaving many – possibly thousands – dead and many more facing unimaginable loss. Details of how you can support the churches’ response […]
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On this World Water Day, we hold before God all those in southern Africa who are living with the dire impacts of Cyclone Idai. Heavy rain and flooding have devastated large areas of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, leaving many – possibly thousands – dead and many more facing unimaginable loss. The Rt Revd.Carlos Matsinhe, Bishop […]
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Anglicans in Aotearoa New Zealand and across the Communion have responded with shock and a commitment to prayer and solidarity following the terrible attacks on two mosques in Christchurch on Friday 15th March 2019, which left 50 dead and dozens injured. Archbishops Philip Richardson and Don Tamihere, joint leaders of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa […]
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Anglicans from dioceses throughout the Caribbean are currently (Monday 11th to Friday 15th March 2019) participating in a “Pastors and Disasters” workshop in Grenada. The gathering is being hosted by the Province of the West Indies and facilitated by a team from the Province along with the Anglican Alliance, Episcopal Relief & Development and The Primate’s […]

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