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Sudanese students to benefit from education initiative, '100 Churches Project'
Anglicans worldwide prepare strategies to achieve the Millennium Development Goals
MALAWI: Churches join worldwide anti-poverty campaign
Ugandan woman appointed Anglican Communion Observer at the United Nations
TEAM mission conference to welcome Rowan Williams as keynote speaker
World Report - September 6
African interfaith summit sees strong Anglican presence, underscores connectedness
Combating HIV/AIDS demands creative partnerships, leaders say
World Report
Sudan rebuilding is mission critical for Virginia, Chicago parishes
Listening: Southern Malawi bishop acknowledges partnership
Pretoria bishop shares South African issues, upholds common global mission
Listening: Renk Cathedral consecration attended by Chicago Episcopalians
Listening: New Indian Ocean Primate will uphold unity, theological education
Listening: Sudanese synod holds historic meeting in Juba
Listening: Liberia hosts ecumenical consultation on consolidating peace
Listening: South African HIV/AIDS projects show 'hope amidst despair'
Listening: Tanzanian seminary to benefit from Atlanta Bible drive
Ugandan-born Sentamu becomes England's first African Archbishop
Mauritian bishop underscores theological education, Anglican unity as priorities
AGR announces new leadership for Africa and Asiamerica offices
ERD provides food supplies to families in Zambia, relief to flood victims in India
Government Relations chief praises Chifamba appointment to Washington Office on Africa
Bishops visit refugees in Tanzania, insist 'we must do more'
Zimbabwe crisis, Lambeth Conference planning raised by ACC
Musoke-Lubega leaving Africa office for Trinity Church-St. Paul's Chapel
Video Streams: Anglican women bring messages from Philippines, Southern Africa
Video Streams: Anglican women bring messages from Liberia, Seychelles
Documentary highlights the leadership and progress of Rwandan women
U.S. bishop ordains 37 Sudanese at invitation of region's bishop, primate