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Vital role for African church leaders in wiping out malaria

Anglican Churches of Africa are a “unique, trusted network” with a vital role to play in the elimination of malaria across the continent.

24 May 2019

Anglican Churches in sub-Saharan Africa praised for anti-Malaria fight

Bishops from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, and Angola have taken took part in a round-table discussion to discuss ways of curbing malaria.

08 March 2018

Religious, community and school leaders train to tackle Burundi’s biggest killer

Four-hundred people representing the faith, community and education sectors on Burundi have been trained to combat malaria.

14 November 2017

Anglicans' "unique role" in the elimination of Malaria

The Bishop of Matabeleland, Cleophas Lunga, has opened a cross-border round table on the elimination of Malaria in sub-Saharan Africa by saying that the “Anglican Church has a unique role to play” in the elimination of the disease in Zambia.

18 February 2016

Anglicans input at global development conference that names faith partnerships as the 'new normal'

Burundi Primate tells of Anglican Church’s role in working to end sexual violence

20 July 2015

Video: Mozambique partnership addresses malaria, flooding

[ENS] Two videos looking at cross-Provincial projects to address development and health issues in Mozambique

19 December 2014

"Anglican Church has the power, influence to eradicate malaria in Central Africa"

"But there is need for more resources and commitment from all stakeholders" – Mrs Njovu

24 September 2014

"Malaria fight needs concerted efforts" - Zambia Anglican Council

The Anglican Church in Zambia says the fight against malaria in the central African region cannot be won unless all stakeholders come together to address the disease

26 February 2014

Nigerian visitors in fight against malaria welcomed to Londonderry

The Mayor of Londonderry, Cllr Martin Reilly, recently welcomed the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, the Rt Revd Ken Good, and two visitors from Nigeria to the city’s Guildhall.

11 November 2013