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Plenary 3: Challenges and Network for Capacity Building, Bishop Albert Chama & Keith Chua

22. April 2010

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Plenary 3: Challenges and Network for Capacity Building, Bishop Albert Chama & Keith Chua

Let me firstly extend a personal welcome to Singapore and I trust that our hospitality teams have been taking good care of you. I was privileged to have been at the last 2 encounters – that may or may not be a good thing. Continuity can be very helpful but I realise that staying too long results in excess baggage. If you travel…

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Plenary 3: Capacity Building And Networking -Bishop Albert Chama

22. April 2010

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Plenary 3: Capacity Building And Networking -Bishop Albert Chama

Introduction This paper aims to discuss economic empowerment for the Church, and suggest some methods we need to employ in order to empower the Church economically.  Further, discussion will focus on capacity building and net working in order to sustain the economic development in the Church of the Global South. As far as…

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Anglican Relief and Development Fund Canada NEWS RELEASE -  26 March 2010

29. March 2010

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The Anglican Relief and Development Fund Canada (ARDFC) is now fully operational and, with the granting of charitable status by Revenue Canada, is able to receive donations and issue receipts for income tax purposes.  Full information is available on the website: www.ardfc.ca.   ARDFC works in close partnership with the…

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Five Talents Program Launched in Burundi to Impact 10,000 People

27. March 2010

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Five Talents Program Launched in Burundi to Impact 10,000 People

Vienna, Virginia — Five Talents is now working in the small Central African country of Burundi, in partnership with the Mothers' Union UK and Mothers' Union Burundi. And, within three years, 10,000 people will be beneficiaries of this project! Since 2000, the Mothers' Union Literacy and Development Program has been…

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Global South Economic Empowerment Consultation Communiqué, Accra, Ghana

24. September 2007

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September 2007 1. As representatives of Global South Provinces of the Anglican Communion we gathered at the New Coco Beach Hotel in Accra, Ghana, between 19th and 22nd September 2007. We were called together by the Global South Steering Committee and its chairman, the Most Rev’d Peter J. Akinola, to continue the work of the…

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Ethical Economic and Financial Covenant - Global South Primates, Kigali September 2006

23. September 2006

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Ethical Economic and Financial Covenant As Covenant people, we recognize that we are bound together as members of Christ’s body and are called to live, serve, and minister according to Scriptural and ethical principles.  To that end, Provincial Economic Advisors of Provinces of the Global South offer this Covenant of ethical…

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Global South Economic Empowerment Track Summary Statement, Kigali September 2006

23. September 2006

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GLOBAL SOUTH PRIMATES MEETING: 19-22 SEPTEMBER 2006, KIGALI, RWANDA Global South Economic Empowerment Track Summary Statement Greetings to all our brothers and sisters in Christ in the Provinces of the Global South. The Global South represents areas of diverse economic environments, some in daily desperate need and some in…

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Economic Empowerment: Consultation, Networking and Partnership within Global South - May 2006

07. June 2006

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Introduction From the Third Communiqué (October 2005) 38. A dimension of responsible stewardship and accountability is the clear call to be financially self-sustaining. We commend the new initiative for financial self-sufficiency and development being studied by the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA). This is not…

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