The LWF is a global communion of 144 churches in the Lutheran tradition, representing over 72 million Christians in 98 countries.
We strive to put our faith into action within and beyond the communion, and seek God’s Word and Spirit to guide us.
This action takes a variety of forms from theological reflection and dialogue with other churches and faiths, to deepening relationships, sharing about our faith, serving those in need and advocating for a more just, peaceful and reconciled world.
We share a vision, purpose and values. We work to strengthen our relationships and build an inclusive, respectful communion.
We are on a common journey of renewal shaped and enriched by the different contexts we live in.
By Isaac Kyaw Htun Hla
In the collaboration with Township Government Counterpart and Fire Brigade Department, LWF Myanmar had organized the simulation about flood at Sakan Maw village on November 23, 2017. The activity is done under the purposes of strengthening awareness on DRR preparedness for prompt response to flood fresh disaster and building capacities of Emergency Response Team – CBDRM Sub-Committee.
The moral and ethical imperative to address climate change
As faith leaders and faith-based organisations from all across the world, we acknowledge that our wellbeing as human beings depends on and is closely intertwined with the wellbeing of our planet and the whole of creation. As people of faith, we are called to care for creation and share the resources of the earth in a sustainable and equitable way.
Humanitarian Organizations call for immediate humanitarian access to those in need:
One month since the 25 August attacks and subsequent security response, INGOs in Myanmar are increasingly concerned about severe restrictions on humanitarian access and impediments to the delivery of critically needed humanitarian assistance throughout Rakhine State.
Senior chief in Angola’s Lunda Norte province speaks about refugee crisis in his country
“I feel honoured by the government´s decision to host the refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in my area” says Francisco Muhangenu (50), a senior chief of Lunda Norte Province, Angola, standing between his fellow chiefs during a traditional ritual for blessing the refugee camp site. “We are the same people despite the border line which has separated us.”
The following is a press release (408.34 kB) signed by 35 INGO's working in the Central African Republic
Bangui, August 11th 2017
Following the escalation of violence in many parts of the country, NGOs signatories, members of the INGO Coordination Committee (CCO) in the Central African Republic (CAR) call for an increased protection of civilians and an improved humanitarian access to allow the affected population access to vital aid.
As NGOs working across CAR, we witness the impact of violence on the civilian population on a daily basis:
The Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Field Officers will be based in Kakuma Refugee Operation area. S/he will work as the field technical lead in providing Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) guidance, leadership, supervision and recommendations to ensure that the M&E systems meet the needs of projects. The MEAL Field Officer will be expected to lead MEA system implementation including monitoring, accountability initiatives, support assessments, MEA budgeting and recruitment.