In this video the Archbishop of Uganda, Most Revd Stanley Ntagali, talks about the ‘Malaria Free Families 2020’ campaign to eliminate malaria across the nation by 2020.
The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa was one of the parties present at a recent Summit to gather faith leaders across Africa in deciding regional priorities for the post-2015 development agenda.
Mothers’ Union (MU) Provincial leaders recently came together in Nairobi, Kenya, to share best practice and learning, and to discuss post-2015 priorities to take to the Africa Faith Leaders’ Summit in Uganda.
Participants from Bangladesh, who took part in the Anglican Alliance’s recent advocacy webinar, later met to discuss how their church might take forward advocacy on climate change for the most vulnerable.
Earlier this year Janet Sarker, the Education Coordinator for the Church of Bangladesh, took part in the Anglican Alliance’s Commonwealth Professional Fellowship Scheme for women leader’s in education. Janet has written this article to update us on her work with the schools in Bangladesh, following the seven weeks she spent in the UK with education experts and schools across the country.
The Anglican Alliance is standing with a coalition of Anglican churches and agencies to call on the G20 to bring climate change to the top of their agenda.
The Anglican Alliance is standing with a coalition of Anglican churches and agencies to call on the G20 to bring climate change to the top of their agenda when they meet in Brisbane in November 2014.
La Alianza Anglicana se levanta junto a una colación de iglesias y agencias anglicanas para hacer un llamado al G20 a situar en el primer puesto de la agenda el tema del cambio climático, cuando se reunan en Brisbane en Noviembre del 2014.
The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Australia has called on the Australian government to “preserve the living systems of the planet” and take action on climate change.
A webinar hosted by the Anglican Alliance on 24th June 2014 brought in participants from every region of the Anglican Communion and encouraged them to call on world leaders and decision-makers to hear the voices of the world’s poorest. You can watch the webinar recording in the video on this page.