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Seeing the World through Jesus’ Eyes Appeal

25 May 2015

Anglican Aid has launched it's end of financial year appeal seeking to raise funds for its long term work in developing countries and in Sydney.

"2014/15 has been a year of emergencies," according to Anglican Aid CEO, Rev David Mansfield. "I appreciate the generosity of so many who have generously and sacrificiallly given to Iraq ($500,000), South Sudan, Vanuatu and Nepal, which have all raised in the vicinity of $200,000 which has resulted in over $1 million being raised by Anglican Aid," David said.

However Anglican Aid has ongoing commitments both in Sydney and around the world. Most projects supported by Anglican Aid are of three years duration said Mr Mansfield. The focus for this year's end of financial year appeal is on people whose needs are critical all year round. Seeing people through the eyes of Jesus moves us as Christians and this appeal asks people to see the world as Jesus does, and seeing it, to act as He did.

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Disabled children in China are benefitting from the SOAR project delivered by Anglican Aid
Disabled children in China are benefitting from the SOAR project delivered by Anglican Aid
South Sydney parish is feeding and providing psych-social support to the homeless and destitute
South Sydney parish is feeding and providing psych-social support to the homeless and destitute
Dr Kumar Kota has arranged eye clinics in remote tribal areas and arranges surgery for people who are almost blind.
Dr Kumar Kota has arranged eye clinics in remote tribal areas and arranges surgery for people who are almost blind.

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NEPAL Earthquake - How Churches are responding

05 May 2015

Micah Network Video on the way the churches in Nepal are working together to support Nepalese people during this time.

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Anglican Church of Congo Assisting Burundi Refugees

28 May 2015

Following political instability in Burundi, there is a human crisis is evident in the Great Lake Region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Since late April 2015, the Anglican Bishop of...

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A map of the area to which refugees from Burundi have fled

Anglicans continue emergency assistance following second Nepal quake

14 May 2015

Anglican agencies have renewed appeals for support after a second earthquake hit Nepal causing further death and destruction, the Anglican Alliance reports.

The 7.3 magnitude quake struck around...

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Nepal Emergency

27 April 2015

The Archbishop of Sydney’s Anglican Aid has launched an appeal to support emergency relief in Nepal following the earthquake which struck the area between Pokhara and Kathmandu on Saturday, 25...

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Vanuatu Emergency Appeal

24 March 2015

On the 14th and 15th of March, Cyclone Pam left devastation in its wake as it tore through the island nation of Vanuatu. Vanuatu president Baldwin Lonsdale described Cyclone Pam as a "monster",...

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Scenes from the devastating cyclone

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