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Over the past year we have grown our income in a crowded and competitive market. We have had to absorb some cuts to our funding from DFAT as part of the Government’s austerity measures. We want to thank those supporters, including our President, who advocated strenuously on our behalf to reduce the severity of those cuts. It has also been a busy year as we have steadily prepared for our five yearly re-accreditation with DFAT, and welcomed an expanded membership.
PARTNERSHIPS FOR QUALITY OF LIFE
In the past financial year we have continued our commitment to working through partnerships that improve the quality of people’s lives.
New programs have commenced, around HIV prevention in Mozambique, Solar Lights in Solomon Islands and Tanzania. Maternal and Child Health in Ethiopia and Kenya, breast cancer treatment in Palestine.
Inspiring Australians to be Compassionate, Involved and Responsible Global Citizens
This year marks AngliCORD's 21st birthday. For more than two decades, inspired by the Gospel of Christ, our agency has been working tirelessly in overseas relief and development in pursuit of a peaceful, just and sustainable world for all.
The agency was established by the Diocesan Synod and Archbishop David Penman in 1988.