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Here at MANNA, we have been busy honing our Vision statement alongside our Mission and Values. We think this sums us up well and what we are trying to do. We are privileged to be able to serve alongside the Anglican dioceses in Mozambique and...

At the beginning of February, the northern part of Niassa province, Mozambique experienced bad flooding severely affecting 2,089 families with loss of homes & farms. On 19th February after heavy rains, there was a landslide at the rubbish dump in Hulene, Maputo, killing 17 people...

The 100th Edition of MANNA's newsletter is out!   This little magazine has been sharing the stories from the Anglican churches in Mozambique and latterly Angola for over a hundred years and here is it's 100th edition! It makes for fascinating reading as it delves into the archives held by...

This article was written by Rebecca Vander Meulen in June 2016 for the Anglican Communion website and the International Anglican Family Network Magazine. You can find it's original by clicking here.  Thanks to them and Rebecca for allowing us to reproduce it below. Care and Dedication: ‘Life...

Dr Peg Cumberland's pioneering work in Niassa with Epilepsy patients continues at a pace. Her work this year has focussed on supporting the government mental health programme for Niassa province mainly through the training and support of the district mental health clinical officer. She travelled thousands of...

In November '17, more than 30 delegates gathered in Porto, Portugal representing the Anglican dioceses in Angola, Brazil, Mozambique and Portugal as well as a range of Christian mission agencies, including MANNA & ALMA. It is so important for these dioceses to spend time together sharing their...

The next MANNA newsletter will be the 100th edition. It's history is rich & varied and a set of the old magazines exists as part of the USPG archives, held in the Bodleian Library in Oxford. Originally called 'Lebombo Leaves', it makes for fascinating and...

Revd Canon Dr Helen Van Koevering who was the Director of Ministry in Niassa and is now a MANNA trustee has recently completed a doctoral thesis entitled; 'Mission from the Middle: Spontaneous Growth of Church Communities, Community Priests and Spirituality in the Diocese of Niassa, Northern...

This year, Rev Ken Hewitt, now aged 87, attended his last MANNA trustees meeting and retired after 50 years involvement & commitment to MANNA and the work of the Anglican churches in Mozambique & Angola. MANNA is incredibly grateful to him for his service and unswerving...

We're delighted that Rev Canon Dr Helen Van Koevering (pictured left with 2 ordinands from Niassa) and Rev Joe Moffatt (pictured right) have joined us as MANNA trustees. Many of you will have heard of Helen as she used to be the MANNA secretary and...