Anglican Overseas Aid-Australia
Anglican Overseas Aid-Australia is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia.
Our vision is for a just, peaceful and sustainable world free of poverty.
Anglican Overseas Aid currently supports work through partners in Africa, Asia the Middle East and the Pacific.
Our major areas of work are: maternal and child health; women’s health and gender based violence; and sustainable livelihoods. We balance projects in these areas with our emergency response to crises that arise in the developing world.
Anglican Overseas Aid works with partners who share our commitment to truth, integrity and justice.
Latest from Anglican Overseas Aid-Australia
Mar 16, 2015
Cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu in March 2015. The category 5 storm caused widespread destruction. Act for Peace responded to the crisis with emergency food, shelter and water.
Aug 08, 2014
8 August 2014 - The Afar are an ancient people, living in one of the harshest inhabited regions in the world, in the northwest of Ethiopia. For world Indigenous People’s Day, August 9, we’re featuring Anglican Overseas Aid’s maternal and child health project for semi-nomadic people in Afar
Feb 13, 2014
13 February 2014-Thirty years after fleeing his hometown, Abraham Jongroor arrived back in Bor - now part of South Sudan - on the very day violence erupted again
Jan 11, 2012
An innovate partnership aims to short circuit the cycle of poverty for young people in India