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Oceans of Justice

A global Anglican campaign calling for action on climate change.

Gaza Crisis Appeal

Help the Al Ahli Hospital through the current conflict.


Memory Books

Help keep precious memories alive for children orphaned by AIDS.

About Us


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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Pray that climate change will be on the G20 agenda

In July this year, the global Anglican Alliance launched a campaign to put climate change on the G20 agenda.

Pray for gender equality

Emma Watson's recent speech to the UN on gender equality has raised the potential for real change.

Making climate change an urgent priority

Climate change and climate justice is weighing heavily on the minds of faith leaders from around the world.

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September 25, 2014

Read our latest newsletter

Our latest newsletter is now available. It includes a prayer poster, a Bible study, stories from Mozambique and Gaza, a reflection on a recent visit to Melbourne from some of our African partners, and more!

September 24, 2014

Political leaders fail to deliver at climate summit despite massive global mobilisation

The ACT Alliance, of which Anglican Overseas Aid is a member, is reporting that pledges made at the recent UN Climate Summit do not add up to the necessary phase out of fossil energy by mid-century...

September 15, 2014

Women in South Sudan: ‘They attack us at toilets or where we collect water’


Women who have fled fighting in South Sudan to live in camps on UN bases risk harassment and sexual attack whenever they leave their tents.

August 25, 2014

Archbishop of Canterbury's support for Freedom Sunday

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...

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