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Friday, May 08, 2020

Moments That Matter: One Mother’s Story

Millicent, a 29-year-old local community leader, lives with her family in Kasirere, a small village located in Kisumu County, Kenya. Her husband, G...

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Thursday, Jan 02, 2020

Best of 2019: Top Stories of the Year

Our stories bear witness to the lived experiences of vulnerable women and children, the effects of a changing climate and the partners that are working together with Episcopal Relief & Development for lasting change. 

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Wednesday, Dec 04, 2019

In Conversation | An Act of Love Begins with a Single Step

“God equips us, guides us and gives us enough light for the next step after we step out.” – The Rev. Peter Munson   Chad Brinkman, the D...

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Thursday, Aug 01, 2019

Women Deliver 2019: Our Interfaith Dialogue for Gender Justice

Episcopal Relief & Development Board Member Chiseche Salome Mibenge recently represented Episcopal Relief & Development at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference in Vancouver. She participated in a panel to discuss “Religion and Development for Gender Justice.” In this blog she shares her experience and highlights important takeaways.

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Thursday, Apr 18, 2019

Earth Day 2019 | Expanding a Culture of Resilience

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. 

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Friday, Apr 05, 2019

World Health Day 2019: Taking an Integrated Approach

Episcopal Relief & Development takes an integrated approach to the health and well-being of the those we partner with around the world. Our international partnerships address challenges in remote communities around the world, as well as in urban environments where extreme poverty persists. This World Health Day, we want to highlight some of our efforts in supporting unique, local, long-term initiatives that address the effects of hunger, poverty, disaster and disease.

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