Transforming lives in sub-Saharan Africa in partnership with local churches

Anglican International Development (AID) is a Christian charity working to relieve poverty in the name of Jesus Christ through long-term, sustainable solutions which empower and enable citizens.

AID has worked for many years in South Sudan and has recently expanded to also work in Uganda and Kenya. We seek to develop healthcare, sanitation, agriculture, microfinance as well as to strengthen the church in Sub-Saharan Africa. Wherever possible, we work closely with local churches to carry out our projects. We see this as the most effective way to reach communities and achieve sustainable transformation.

AID is overseen by four trustees all of whom possess a wide knowledge of the church and international development initiatives.

The History of AID, South Sudan and Manna Microfinance

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Anglican International Development (AID) began operations in 2010, in solidarity with Anglican Christians throughout the world. Over the next few years, AID partnered with churches around the world in the fields of microfinance, healthcare training, community sanitation, church development in agriculture. The founders of AID hoped to bring help and hope, especially in regions where […]

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