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Our Projects define what we do.

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What are our Projects?

All our projects are in line with the five marks of mission and the United Nations Sustainable development goals. Each sits under one of our three categories of Missions, Aid and Development and Humanitarian Emergencies.

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All Anglican Missions’ projects must satisfy at least one of the Mark of Missions – Tell, Teach, Tend, Transform, Treasure.
Mission based projects are centred around the first two Marks of Missions – Tell and Teach. While we like to Tell and Teach everywhere we work, our Aid & Development, and Humanitarian Emergency projects are managed by AWA and focus solely on at least one of the Tend, Transform and Treasure Marks of Mission.
These are the United Nation’s Global Goals to make the world a more peaceful and prosperous place. Check out the 17 development goals here.
Get in touch with our project manager to see how we can work together – projects@angmissions.org.nz
All projects are reported on upon completion or at 6-month intervals. Project milestone updates will be made either in the news section or on our social media. For a general update on all our projects please review our annual report.

How do we do "Projects?"

Our projects are scoped in lots of different ways, and they arrive to Anglican Missions through many different avenues.

Many of our projects come through our Anglican church networks – Parishes, Missions Partners (through CMS), international connections and their associated needs (clergy, friends, associates etc). The Anglican Church is a worldwide movement and so we do out best to stay connected to the needs of the church, both in our Province and internationally.

Projects also arrive in response to a need or situation. Natural disasters and humanitarian crisis’ are an example (like our Tonga Tsunami and Erarthquake appeal or our Get One, Give One campaign).

Projects are scoped and measured against the Five Marks of Mission, the United Nations Sustainability goals. Goals are matched to financial or material outcomes (ie. $x. of funds raised or y numbers of supplies delivered).

Projects change lives.

Anglican Missions undertakes work all around the world. Here are some that are on top for us.

All of our Projects

We have a lot more on the go.

Check out all of our current projects

News

News from the Projects space.
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Our Work is International.

Projects are the main way we help people, and we help people all over the world.

Click the map pins to explore our international work.

People given a
place to worship in Tanzania

Cubic Meters of
supplies in the Pacific

People with access to
a toilet in the Solomon Islands