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
The Anglican Communion News Service is reporting (3 August 2015) that 150,000 more refugees are entering Ethiopia from South Sudan. The Anglican Church in Ethiopia is doing all it can to provide food aid.
Anglican church parishioners in Melbourne's inner south have launched a desperate campaign to stop the deportation of Ethiopian woman Yeshiwork Abrha, who fears she will be killed if the federal government sends her home.
Recent research has shown that Australian aid has saved more than 230,000 lives since the year 2000.
Thank you from all of us at Anglican Overseas Aid to everyone who donated to our Helping in Hard Places Appeal.
Find out how we have been working with the Anglican Church of Melanesia to support people in Vanuatu as they recover from Cyclone Pam.
A new book by our former executive director, Archdeacon Alan Nichols, explores the life and ministry of Archbishop Stephen Than of Myanmar.
Tens of thousands of refugees have fled the unrest in Burundi. We are supporting ACT Alliance partners who are responding in Tanzania, where most of the refugees have gone.