Christian World Service invites churches, organisations and individuals of all faiths to join a Global Day of Prayer to End Famine on Sunday, 21 May.
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Christian World Service invites churches, organisations and individuals of all faiths to join a Global Day of Prayer to End Famine on Sunday, 21 May. The World Council of Churches and the All Africa Conference of Churches initiated the global effort in response to a growing global hunger crisis that is affecting millions of the world’s people.
New Zealand’s major aid agencies are uniting in an urgent plea for public donations to support their collective effort to prevent a humanitarian calamity in South Sudan and neighbouring countries.
Pacific churches want justice on longstanding grievances undermining the rights of Pacific peoples.
Christian World Service has launched an appeal to provide relief assistance and help families recover after Hurricane Matthew.
The Appeal will help families with urgent relief supplies and to rebuild homes and livelihoods.
The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches Rev Dr Olav Fykse Tveit will visit Christchurch on the 8 and 9 October 2016.
Christian World Service mourns the loss of Syrian Red Crescent colleagues killed on the way to Aleppo this week.
On World Refugee Day Christian World Service congratulates New Zealanders for extending hospitality and practical support to refugee communities.
Renewed action and investment in humanity is needed at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul next week if we are to move from delivering aid to ending need.
International faith-based humanitarian and development network ACT Alliance of which CWS is a member said today.
New Zealand aid workers are applauding the Government’s efforts today. A resolution co-sponsored by New Zealand condemning attacks on hospitals and aid workers was unanimously adopted by the UN Security Council.