We facilitate healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster and disease.
Our work addresses three life-changing priorities to create authentic, lasting results.
Everyone deserves a life free from violence in a society where they are treated with dignity and respect. Only then can communities truly heal and thrive.
When kids under six reach appropriate health and developmental milestones, they can achieve their full potential as future contributing members of their communities.
Families and communities can become more resilient by finding ways to adapt to rapidly changing weather patterns and climate-influenced events like floods and hurricanes.
We listen, learn and work together to build upon local knowledge and strengths that already exist. As a result, our partners and community members are able to live and sustain fuller, more productive lives.
We offer resources and training to help people prepare for disasters and provide emergency support so they can make a full and sustained recovery.
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How do we assess project impact? How do we use data to improve projects and share results? These questions and more were tackled by an enthusiastic group of Episcopal Relief & Development partner staff – during their Community of Practice workshop and at ongoing bimonthly video conference meetings.Read Article
For Earth Day Learn about how farmers in Nicaragua are transforming their livelihoods. Episcopal Relief & Development and its partner organizations across the globe are working with vulnerable communities to build resilience to a rapidly changing climate. As we celebrate Earth Day, take a look at how Nicaraguan farmers are transforming their livelihoods while caring for creation.Read Article
I think about that bit of wisdom every year as Holy Week rolls around. Good Friday, especially, carries the weighty-ness not only of loss, but of being lost. This is unfamiliar, unfriendly, hostile terrain. I want to rush forward to Easter – to that sense of home, of being found, to an orientation of resurrection, redemption, and new life.Read Article
Our partnerships within the Anglican Communion connect us with communities around the world.