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The Archbishop of Canterbury has thrown his support behind efforts to end AIDS by 2030, particularly mentioning Anglican-supported efforts to help communities battle the spread of the disease. http://ow.ly/ci0Q300ly7c

Our project in Mozambique is one such program. You can find out more about the amazing work of the 'Teams of Life' in this video: http://ow.ly/9qL6300lyaN

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What does the budget mean for aid and development? An analysis from Micah Australia. http://ow.ly/4nonlL

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Chris Shearer from Anglican Media Melbourne reports on his recent visit to war-torn Northern Iraq. http://ow.ly/4nlngW

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How much do you think the Australian Government spends on aid?

New research shows many people think we spend much more than we actually do. http://ow.ly/4nerMs

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The latest World Risk Report concludes that Vanuatu, where we work with the Anglican Church of Melanesia, is the riskiest country to live in.

The Pacific island nation faces dangers from cyclones, drought, rising sea levels, earthquakes, tsunamis and more. http://ow.ly/4nbOiA

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Chris Shearer from Anglican Media Melbourne recently spent time in Northern Iraq to find out about what the situation is like now.

Watch this powerful video he produced that tells the story of what he saw and the people he spoke to. http://ow.ly/4n5D5x

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The world is experiencing the largest mass movement of people since World War II. This video explores the situation in South Sudan, Burundi, and Europe; and looksat how the Anglican Communion is responding with local partners in each area.

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Gender justice is one of the prominent themes of the Anglican Consultative Council currently happening in Lusaka, Zambia. This video brings together a range of voices from throughout the Anglican Communion to explore some of the issues. http://ow.ly/4mN2KU
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