Our flagship integrated early childhood development program partnership, Moments That Matter® (MTM), is a direct response to the nurturing care imperative and long-term holistic parenting empowerment and targeted wraparound supports to families so that children (ages 0-3) have the start to life they need to develop to their full potential.
Gender-based violence (GBV) violates the human rights and dignity of individuals, communities and whole societies. We work with local leaders (faith, traditional and youth) and community groups to apply social and behavior change strategies to foster attitudes, beliefs and norms that advance gender equity and social inclusion, and prevent and condemn GBV.
Episcopal Relief & Development works through a global network of local church and community-based partners to reach those most vulnerable to and disproportionately impacted by disaster, such as women, children, the elderly, persons with disabilities and those who lack access to government protections (e.g., migrants and refugees).
The climate crisis simmers against a global backdrop of conflict, high food and energy prices, inflation and the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. By 2030, Episcopal Relief & Development aims to equip 30,000 community-based climate resilience change agents and strengthen coping mechanisms of 150,000 households across 300 communities, globally.
Our work with the dioceses of Aru and Bukavu addresses violence against women by increasing church and community participation in response to and awareness and prevention of violence.
An overview of the work done by our partner, Servicio Anglicano de Diacono e Desenvolvimento (SADD), the development arm of the Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil (IEAB) to train and equip local leaders in preventing and responding to violence against women and children, while providing services for survivors.
Overview of Episcopal Relief & Development’s integration of Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) in Moments That Matter®, an early childhood development program partnership of Episcopal Relief & Development. (This is a 36″x36″ poster.)
2018-2022 Scaling Up Faith and Youth Leaders’ Engagement to Prevent and Respond to Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Program in Liberia PosterTuesday, Jun 13, 2023
Overview of Liberia’s Ending Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Program with results and learnings from the 2018-2022 program endline evaluation. (This is a 36″x36″ poster.)
Incidences of violence against women and girls (VAWG) rose in Liberia during the pandemic. This qualitative research investigates the impact and outcomes COVID-19 had on women and girls in Liberia. Learnings from the research will be used to inform VAWG programs in humanitarian crises.
The report presents key findings from Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Program in Liberia, “Scaling Up Faith Leaders’ Engagement to Prevent and Respond to VAWG.” The program was implemented in partnership with Episcopal Church of Liberia Relief and Development. The evaluation was independently conducted by Dr. Elisabet le Roux of Stellenbosch and Dr. Julienne Corboz, Independent Consultant.
COVID-19 compounded economic and social challenges in rural communities across Central America. In 2021, Episcopal Relief & Development and partners responded by providing 4.4 million meals to 28,000 people in four countries. Learn how implementing partners existing volunteer networks and long-standing community relationships helped to move the project beyond its original goal.
Episcopal Relief & Development se complace en compartir el Kit de Herramientas Pastores y Desastres, un recurso y un libro de trabajo de herramientas prácticas que ayudan a mejorar nuestros esfuerzos en responder más eficazmente a la creciente gravedad y frecuencia de los desastres, especialmente en el contexto de las iglesias y organizaciones locales anglicanas o episcopales.
Episcopal Relief & Development tem o prazer de compartilhar o Kit de Ferramentas Pastores e Catástrofes, um manual de recursos e um manual de ferramentas práticas projetado para ajudar a melhorar nossos esforços para responder mais efetivamente à crescente gravidade e frequência dos desastres, especialmente dentro do contexto das igrejas e organizações locais anglicanas ou episcopais.
Moments That Matter® (MTM) is a community-based early childhood development and parenting empowerment program to improve the development, health, and economic outcomes for children aged 0-3. This 2018-2021 MTM Impact Report is a summary of the implementation research, which assessed Primary Caregivers’s knowledge and behavioral changes to responsive care and early learning in Kenya and Zambia.