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DIRE WARNINGS of FAMINE

25 July 2014

Reliefweb reports that refugee numbers from South Sudan into Ethiopia are set to explode, as a result of what is now a famine situation in South Sudan. Quoting information from Irish relief agency GOAL predictions  of an explosion in refugee numbers to Ethiopia are real.

“We are going to need every emergency response facility in this region that we can possibly muster to cope with the overspill from what is now a famine situation in South Sudan. There are already 220,000 South Sudanese refugees in Gambella, but that number is set to explode. GOAL is already constantly expanding operations, but we are worried about reaching a point where we simply can’t cope,” warned Mary Murphy working for GOAL in Ethiopia.

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Akule Refugee Camp where refugees from South Sudan gave thanks to God for delivering them from the violence. Here a young girl is making an
Akule Refugee Camp where refugees from South Sudan gave thanks to God for delivering them from the violence. Here a young girl is making an

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Festival of Just Ideas

08 July 2014

Save the date. Anglican Aid is hosting its first Festival of Just Ideas on 25 October 2014 at Barneys Broadway from 9 till 4 Book Here

This will be a day of theological reflection and stimulation...

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Farewell Zulu Warrior for the Lord

07 July 2014

Many Sydney Anglicans are grieving the death of a very dear brother in Christ

Rt Rev Edwin Ngubane, the Area Bishop for Johannesburg and Pretoria with REACH (Reformed Evangelical Anglican Church of...

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Bishop Edwin Ngubane at North Wollongong Beach August 2013

Archbishop’s Winter Appeal

27 June 2014

This Winter is the 80th anniversary of Archbishop Mowll’s first Winter Appeal back in 1934.

The Winter Appeal theme is:

The Winter of our Kids’ content.

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Living in Suffering and Hope (via Wendy LeMarquand in Ethiopia)

19 May 2014

When 2 elephants fight, the grass suffers!

 The story of South Sudanese refugees living in the Gambella region emerged through the mosaic of comments and insights offered as we listened to a small...

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South Sudanese refugees in Akula Refugee Camp in Ethiopia

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