Anglican International Development

Anglican International Development

Charity information

Anglican International Development

AID works to transform lives devastated by conflict in partnership with local churches. Mainly in South Sudan with projects in healthcare, microfinance, agriculture and church strengthening.

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    To serve Jesus Christ in the church and in the world in a manner faithful to the Holy Scriptures and as his ambassadors in low income communities to bring solutions to poverty (financial, physical and spiritual) and to promote the relevance, truth and authority of the Holy Scriptures.

    AID believes that working through churches in developing countries is one of the best ways to develop communities holistically and therefore partners with local churches of all denominations, to carry out all of its projects. AID also builds the capacity of churches, enabling them to meet the needs of their communities.

    Specifically AID runs (in partnership with churches) projects to improve healthcare and basic sanitation, improve agriculture, train pastors, relieve poverty through microfinance projects and develop affordable education. In each case AID works with expert partner organisations to ensure a high quality of work. AID focuses on training (e. G. Of health workers or farmers) to ensure that development is sustainable for the long-term.

  • Aims

    Anglican International Development aims to:

    • To Serve Jesus Christ, working in a way which honours him and helps others to honour him.
    • To relieve poverty and suffering.
    • To strengthen local churches to create stable and sustainable communities free from poverty.
  • Overview

    Established: October 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1138664

    Board members: 3

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 5

    Phone number: 0191 212 5123

    Address: 28-30 Main Street Felton Northumberland NE65 9PN

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