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This wonderful photo was taken at the end of January, when the Diocese of Niassa came together to pray, decide on and elect their new Bishop. At the end of this weekend, they had not come to a decision and so they decided to defer...

The Anglican Diocese of Niassa, Mozambique is currently carrying out emergency response work in the provinces of Zambezia and Nampula, responding to food insecurity that has emerged as a result of late and minimal rains in the 2015-2016 planting season and poor harvest from the...

Dr Peg Cumberland has spent 20 years working in Mozambique, setting up community health projects under the Anglican diocese of Niassa, in remote rural areas with no functioning health services. Her involvement with epilepsy began in 2007 when she was approached by local people with epilepsy who were desperate...

The Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa Archbishop's Retreat is taking place in the Lebombo diocese from January 28th - 4th February. It's wonderful to see these exuberant photos from Maputo airport with 5 of the 6 Archbishops arriving with their wives from Tanzania, Ghana, Burundi...

It's pretty wonderful to see these baptisms in various rural villages in the diocese of Lebombo in Mozambique. Wherever we are in the world, in churches globally, adults and young people regardless of language, location, race and education are choosing for Jesus Christ to be...

Bishop Carlos has spent much of his first year of 2015 travelling the huge distances across southern Mozambique visiting new and old anglican churches in the Lebombo diocese. Some are very rural and take a long time to get there on impassable roads and sometimes...

We're delighted that at the end of 2015, Canon Philippa Boardman agreed to be a MANNA trustee! This wonderful and rather apt photo is from her visit to Niassa in 2014 where she is pictured here with two first anglican community female priests - Albertina...

As the Anglican diocese of Niassa, Mozambique embarks on a new era, their strategic plans for this time, developed last year remind us of the importance of transformed christian communities focussed on Jesus Christ. ...

Just as the Diocese of Niassa is busy beginning its process of multiplication because of huge growth, Lebombo’s plans to multiply were also reaffirmed in the Diocesan Synod October 2015. The first new diocese in Inhambane will be launched by the end of 2017 and the...