Episcopal Relief & Development

Wednesday, Oct 11, 2023

How Climate-Smart Farming Innovations Address Food Insecurity in Nicaragua

Santos and 987 farmers and gardeners received climate resilience training from CEPAD and Episcopal Relief & Development in 2022. Santos has implemented new practices that increased yields thanks to the training, making him more financially secure. Santos’ success story is a testament to the effectiveness of climate resilience training in promoting sustainable agriculture and improving livelihoods for farmers in Nicaragua.

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Monday, Mar 06, 2023

Improving Farming Conditions for Women in Ghana

Episcopal Relief & Development and its partner organization, Anglican Diocesan Development and Relief Organisation, work in Ghana to improve working conditions for women in the farming industry.

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Monday, Feb 13, 2023

Partnering to Uphold the Dignity of Marginalized Communities in Honduras

Episcopal Relief & Development partners with the Siloe Project to uphold the dignity of marginalized communities to prevent sexual and gender-based violence through awareness education and by empowering faith leaders to speak out against violence.

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Tuesday, Aug 16, 2022

Celebrate Your Church’s Impact

In 2021, Episcopal Relief & Development made a commitment to celebrate your congregations for your compassionate responses to suffering in the world. Episcopal Relief & Development’s tagline is “working together for lasting change,” and this would not be possible without the powerful agents -of -change that are our church partners.

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Thursday, Jan 06, 2022

2021 – A Year in Review

A look back at Episcopal Relief and Development’s top five stories of 2021.

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Monday, May 24, 2021

A Space for Healing in Brazil

In 2011, following the growing number of cases of violence against women, the Mayor of Ariquemes, Brazil held a meeting with nongovernmental agencies and local community leaders, with the focus being the need to set up a support house for women in situations of violence. With the blessing of the attendees, the Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil made the decision to create and run Casa Noeli dos Santos, led by The Revda. Elineide Oliveira. 

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