What we do
We work in partnership with local Anglican and like-minded organisations working towards a renewed creation, free of poverty.
Anglican Overseas Aid helps Anglican churches globally respond to disasters through strong partnerships, immediate relief, and disaster preparedness, including climate-vulnerable regions.
Many of our programs have integrated climate-informed initiatives and responses as a primary objective, supporting communities as they build sustainable development pathways in response to climate shocks and the changing environment.
We believe that those living in their community are the best equipped to activate meaningful and lasting change.
Health and Education
Our partners are working as lights in their communities, providing transformative knowledge about health, safety and equality through community-based initiatives.
Through our partners, we create livelihood security through emergency aid, group training, resource provision, and income diversification.
Where we work
We work with local Anglican and like-minded organisations in areas of the world where life can have a multitude of difficulties.
Africa and Middle East
The Afar Region in the northeast of the country is one of the toughest places in the world to live and extends into Djibouti and southern Eritrea.
Approximately 80 % of Kenya’s population relies on the agricultural sector to provide for their livelihoods. The effects of climate change are having devastating impacts on crops and livestock.
Inadequate water supplies, sanitation and hygiene continue to contribute to significant health issues such as malaria as does the impact of HIV AIDS which is the number one cause of death in Mozambique.
Some of the most marginalised communities in Uganda do not have access to reproductive health and life skills information.
With droughts and floods affecting food supplies and livelihoods, people are struggling to adapt to the multiple challenges they face.