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Star progress by Zambian students set to become Agents of Change
15 May 2013
Zambian students Isaac Ndhlovu, Rev Gabriel Phiri and Rev Edwin Mwanza are leading the way in their Agents of Change course and have won strong praise for their innovative work.
Appeal after storms affect 25,000 people in Northern Ghana
06 May 2013
The Diocese of Tamale, Ghana is appealing for funds after storms have destroyed Anglican churches, schools and clinics, like those in this picture.
Church of Bangladesh to assist the victims of collapsed garment factory
29 April 2013
The Church of Bangladesh is on the site to assist the victims trapped beneath the rubbles of the collapsed garment factories in Dhaka.
Vote HERE now for the world you want! Votez ici pour le monde que vous désirez!
29 April 2013
The UN is asking for Anglicans Anglicans to vote this week through a special link provided for the Anglican Alliance to make sure that Anglican priorities shape the post-2015 development agenda.
Alliance fellows complete public sector health studies with visits to world-famous NHS hospital
18 April 2013
The Commonwealth Professional fellows today finish their placements with public health services in London after two weeks studying how the UK's national health service works, and visiting NHS services.
Archbishop of Central Africa becomes chair of Anglican Alliance board of Trustees
11 April 2013
Archbishop Albert Chama of Central Africa is the new Chair of the Anglican Alliance global board which held its first meeting in Oxford, UK this week.
Healthcare Fellows join the Anglican Alliance for a life-changing experience
03 April 2013
Four fellows from Kenya, Tanzania and Pakistan have arrived in the UK to take part in a six week fellowship programme, learning more about healthcare in the UK and taking home new skills and knowledge to implement in their home countries.
The Church in the Pacific working to eliminate violence against women and girls
20 March 2013
Women and men from a number of Pacific islands who are members of the Pacific Council of Churches [PCC] have made excellent progress in drawing up recommendations on eliminating gender-based violence, which were taken to the PCC General Assembly in Honiara at the beginning of March.
'Soundbeam Queen' wows Alliance guests at fundraising Evening for Special People
18 March 2013
Wheelchair user Abigail Punchard wowed the crowd playing music with digital Soundbeam technology at the Anglican Alliance "evening for special people" hosted by the Bishop of Bath and Wells and with guest speaker Archbishop Albert Chama, the new chair of the Alliance board.
Pacific woman leader of work on gender-based violence is to be ordained as a minister in Suva
15 March 2013
Anglican deacon Revd Lola Koloamatangi will be ordained in to the priesthood this year, continuing her work in the Church and in the Tonga National Centre for women and children, where she helps those who are victim to domestic violence.