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Asian tsunami: 10 years

A series of powerful stories that explore how your donations helped.

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2013-14 Annual Report

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Anglican Overseas Aid is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia. Our work is inspired by the gospel of Christ, with a vision for a peaceful, just and sustainable world for all

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Floods hit our partners in Mozambique

Please pray for northern Mozambique and Malawi which have been hit by devastating floods in recent days.

Support the fight against gender-based violence

November 25 is White Ribbon Day, a campaign which seeks to end men's violence against women.

Climate change to be discussed at G20 summit

Over the weekend it has been revealed that the Abbott Government has made a concession about the discussion of climate change at the upcoming G20 meeting in Brisbane.

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December 23, 2014

2014: A year of hardship and hope

Read the end-of-year message from our CEO, Bob Mitchell. "In the midst of  uncertainty we are reminded that Christmas is a time of great hope. It is this hope that outshines the hardships that may come our way. The birth of Christ gives us both inspiration and assurance, and points us toward the reign of God."

December 23, 2014

Asian tsunami: 10 years on

On December 26, people in Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and other South Asian countries will stop to remember the giant waves that killed more than 220,000 people and left millions homeless. Find out how your donations helped in this series of powerful stories.

December 22, 2014

Gaza after the war ...

Specialist Programming Advisor Tim Budge recently returned from Gaza where he saw firsthand the destruction wrought by the war with Israel. Read this powerful reflection on what he saw and what might make for peace in the Holy Land.

December 19, 2014

Christmas: Good news for the poor all year round

Read a Christmas reflection by our Church and Community Engagement Co-ordinator, Nils von Kalm: "God has come to earth to identify as one of us, to bring good news to the poor, to set the captives free and to restore the world to rights ... it is the hope of Christmas."

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