In 2011, in the Diocese of Niassa, Mozambique, a young man called Ramine began w...
Our history of working alongside these churches & rural communities goes back over 100 years.
Supporting MANNA means you are enabling these churches to thrive and effect their communities in the reduction of poverty and fighting injustice and following Jesus.
A typical priest in Mozambique & Angola is responsible for an Anglican parish which could cover up to 40-50 Anglican communities, all hours of travelling apart (often on foot) with lay leaders leading the congregations in their absence.
These communities all face problems of lack of access to clean water, good sanitation, education and clinics and it is often the people of church who are working hard on the ground to fight these injustices.