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
Anglican Overseas Aid's "The Road Less Travelled" maternal and child health project has been fully funded for five years by the Australian Government, but that generous funding commitment will end in June 2016.
Further to our recent news item stating that the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, has endorsed the Global Freedom Network, we are also requesting people to pray for the upcoming G20 meeting to recognise the Network.
Christians and other minorities in the north of Iraq are being persecuted by ISIS militants.
The global trade in slavery is at epidemic levels. An estimated 12-27 million people worldwide are enslaved into forced labour and sexual exploitation.
To combat this, Anglicans, Roman Catholics and Muslims have joined forces in an Australian-inspired effort to eradicate this terrible trade...
Anglican Overseas Aid (AOA) is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia. AOA exists to work towards a peaceful, just and sustainable world free from poverty. We seek to reflect our Christian faith in leadership and service, and to strengthen our contribution within the sector as a quality faith-based agency. As AOA pursues its strategic plan we are seeking two capable professionals to join our team.
Find out more about these exciting new roles inside. Applications due by 1st September.
The new Anglican Primate of Australia and the Archbishop of Canterbury have called for Australia to offer asylum to Iraqi Christians persecuted by ISIS militants, and have launched an appeal for people displaced by the current violence.
The August edition of The Melbourne Anglican features a cover story about our three African guests that we brought to Melbourne for the AIDS 2014 conference.