ANGLICANS hope to support the people of Ukraine as Russian forces invade the country, leaving tens of thousands, displaced, wounded or dead.
The new leader of Melbourne-based Anglican Overseas Aid, Ms Jo Knight, said a priority for her time as CEO would be to engage younger generations in its work to sustain long-term partnerships and respond to issues such as climate change that could not be left to future generations.
er nearly 10 years as chief executive of Anglican Overseas Aid, Reverend Dr Bob Mitchell was invited to reflect on Australia’s aid policy over his term of office, with an eye to the coming election.
ANGLICANS have been urged to give generously to help Tonga recover after a volcanic eruption caused a tsunami to hit its islands.
TO ACCESS internet at Papua New Guinea’s only Anglican theological college, the principal must climb a palm tree and hold his phone in the air.
For 60 years, Mission Without Borders (MWB) has worked to be Gods hands and feet on the ground in Eastern Europe.
For twelve years Bronwyn Stephens has been tirelessly working as a Rotary member and parishioner at St Stephen’s Gardenvale to help her community in whatever way she can.
AN UNSEEN crisis is unfolding in Madagascar.
MUCH-NEEDED medical supplies will soon leave Melbourne bound for a small Ugandan hospital, thanks to a partnership between an Anglican church and the Rotary Foundation.
Ahead of the release of the Morrison Government’s 2020 budget on Tuesday, Tearfund’s Matthew Maury appeals for Australia to offer the generosity it’s shown before to the world’s most poor and marginalised people, at a time when global poverty is set to increase for the first time in 30 years.
Over the past months COVID-19 restrictions have prevented Australians from travelling overseas and reshaped the way most of us work. For international development organisations, the global lockdown has meant our sector has relied on technology in new ways to help us connect globally.