Rachel Mash

Green Entrepreneurship in Lesotho

GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN LESOTHO   Mpho Nkonkoane and Mathakhoe Nkaota were the winners of a Green Entrepreneurship Challenge run by Green Anglicans. They started a seedlings nursery . They are making great progress! They are enthusiastic about agribusiness and caring for the environment. Initially there were lots of challenges as the area had to be …

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The Anglican Church calls for a Basic Income Grant

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH CALLS FOR A BASIC INCOME GRANT At its Provincial Standing Committee in 2020, the Anglican Church of Southern Africa called for the ‘implementation of a basic income grant to reduce abject poverty and malnutrition” The Corona pandemic has exposed the deep health and economic inequalities in our nation. “The virus has done …

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Clean up Day in Lubumbashi.

The Environmental Team of the Diocese of Katanga in DRC, held an environmental day in Lubumbashi. They had a service, environmental education and then a clean up The activity took place with their new  Partner CARF from the Catholic church on Friday July 9th  Rev. Jean Jacques Bukasa.

FROM DUMPSITE TO COMMUNITY GARDEN

TRANSFORMING COMMUNITY SPACES ON JUNE 16th To celebrate June 16th, youth day, members of different churches who are part of the “Water Disciples” programme spent the day working with community members to turn a dumpsite into a community garden in New Crossroads. Lerato Khalipa reflected on the experience “Coordinators of Water Disciples had met with …

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MEMORIAL TREES

“The leaves of the trees are for the healing of the nations” Rev 22:2   Many of us have lost loved ones in 2020 and because of COVID regulations, we were not able to attend funerals or say our final farewells.   The Anglican Church of Eluvukweni in Crossroads has planted memorial trees to honour …

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What is the link between Gender Justice and Climate Justice?

In the latest publication of the International Anglican Women’s Network newsletter you can explore the link. There are three articles from ACSA, Rev Dr Rachel Mash explores the link between Gender Justice and Climate Justice,  Toby Koloti looks at gender issues in leadership and an article by the late Bishop Ellinah Wamukoya is shared https://iawn.anglicancommunion.org/media/457153/IAWN_newsletter_2106_en.pdf