USPG. Transforming communities, changing lives
'Please pray so the Lord will show us the way and support us.'
The Rt Revd Abraham Ackah, Bishop of Wiawso
‘There is a good level of community co-operation. If people are in need, the community will share.'
Mamokete Makana, Mantšonyane
'The church is encouraging communities to find solutions to problems using local resources.'
Tamara Khisimisi, Programme co-ordinator
'Our mission is to wait upon the Lord and reach out to all people.'
Diocese of Zululand mission statement
‘I’m grateful to the church. I’m optimistic about my children’s future.’
Cecelia, a young mother caring for three AIDS orphans
The Anglican Church is support community development, leadership training and support for women.
‘The church must not shy away from HIV. It needs to be a place of healing.’
The Revd Maxwell Kapachawo, who is HIV-positive
'It is vital the church is involved in healthcare. We can touch people’s hearts.'
Martyr Chowdhury, Rajshahi Hospital
USPG is supporting the holistic mission, including rights for girls, care for the environment, and justice for Dalits.
‘My main concern is to see human potential realised, to see a person blossom.’
The Rt Revd Saw Stylo, Bishop of Hpa-an
'Thank you to everyone for your prayers and assurance of support.’
Bishop Samuel Azariah speaking after the bombing of All Saints Church
‘We encourage a change of attitude, from dependency to self-reliance.’
Floyd P Lalwet, Episcopal Church of the Philippines
‘Thanks to the support of the church, I am now a teacher. I am very thankful.'
Thilega Rajendran, Hatton
'We count on your support and the love of Christ.'
The Revd Antonio Terto, Vicar, City of God
'My heart went out to the Christian communities, who felt isolated.'
Ian Flintoft, USPG Holy Land pilgrimage
USPG’s focus in Madagascar is on helping the Anglican Church to develop a disaster preparedness strategy.
'By bringing people together, we can share a vision and have a bigger impact.'
The Revd Garth Minott, Anglican Togetherness Group
'We enable churches in Britain to have a deeper relationship with the world church.'
United Society - Partners in the Gospel
'Hundreds of thousands are fleeing violence that has caused so much suffering.'
The Rt Revd Grant LeMarquand, Bishop of Ethiopia
'Our service is needed, and we serve because of Jesus.'
The Rt Revd Ellinah Wamukoya, Bishop of Swaziland
The Anglican Church in Sierra Leone is developing a strategy to support communities.
The Anglican Church in Liberia is engaged in developing a programme to support communities.
We are working with the Anglican Church in Guinea to develop a strategy to support communities.
'We are thankful God has given us the opportunity to develop the country.'
The Rt Revd Andre Soares, Bishop of Angola
'Thank you so much for your support at this critical time.'
The Rt Revd David Hamid, Bishop in Europe
The Anglican Church in The Gambia is engaged in developing a programme to support communities.
The Anglican Church in Cameroon is engaged in developing a programme to support communities.
The church is reaching out to refugees and migrants through the Diocese in Europe