A proposal for an Anglican Bank for church savings and loans for community-based schemes was one of the proposals to come out of the economic empowerment workshop at the Anglican Alliance conference in Nairobi.
From Bible study to community enterprise – that was the story behind an inspirational community based development scheme visited by the Anglican Alliance in Kenya this week (April 13th).
A unique customised mapping tool for the Anglican Alliance was unveiled at the first Alliance consultation in Nairobi today.
Anglicans and Christian Aid renewed their partnership for development at a three day consultation which ends today (Thursday 17th) in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Archdiocese of Burundi and the Anglican Alliance made a joint visit to the DFID office in Bujumbura, Burundi, to make the case for four African countries which have lost their place in the UK aid programme.
Regulation of micro-finance is one of the issues on the agenda for the inaugural meeting in Nairobi of the Anglican Alliance – the new international development initiative for Anglicans.