After the Lusaka conference on environmental protection organized by Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa and its partners, we have taken resolutions among which was the creation of Anglican green movement in our home countries. It is in this regard that when we came back in Rwanda we made a report to the office of Archbishop and shared the information with all other Bishops calling them to give due attention to the issue of environmental degradation in order to take necessary measure for protection and restoration of the Creation. Then on Saturday 30 October 2021 in Karongi Missionary Diocese took place the launching of the Anglican Green Movement in the Diocese. Four Bishops and the General Secretary of the Anglican Church of Rwanda took part in the event. Fruit trees were planted, pastors were mobilized to go and do the same in their respective parishes. The work will continue with teaching, conferences, tree planting and setting in place strategies of waste reduction and management. Some of the specific channels to use include choirs, schools and youth clubs.. Save Mother Africa

Bishop Jeanne Pierre

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