Anglican education administrators from Commonwealth countries have a chance to apply for a professional fellowship scheme – but applications are needed before Friday September 16th.
The Anglican Alliance launches a food campaign targeting G20 and African governments in the run-up to this month’s meetings on the global food crisis. Support for women farmers will be a focal point for the campaign
The Anglican Alliance reached out across the Communion this week with a Facebook page for people to share views and expertise on development, relief and advocacy.
The Anglican Alliance’s inaugural assembly ended in Nairobi with a consensus on the way forward in development, advocacy and relief.
Delegates from throughout Africa and from all other regions of the world opened the first consultative conference for the Anglican Alliance in Nairobi yesterday (Monday 11 April)
The UK government's aid arm, the Department for International Development (DFID), in its report “Changing Lives, Delivering Results” has proposed cutbacks in funding for some multilateral agencies, and also cuts in spending to some developing countries. Director of the Anglican Communion's Anglican Alliance for Development, Relief and Advocacy Sally Keeble has asked for a meeting with DFID officials to go through details of the proposed cuts which would have a serious impact on people in some very poor countries.