Anglican Church of Burundi

  • Death of Rt. Rev. John Wesley Nduwayo announced

    22 Apr 2021 • News

    Giving thanks for a faithful servant

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  • Promoting human dignity

    6 Feb 2021 • News

    Dreaming of being literate

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  • An integrated programme

    6 Feb 2021 • News

    Harvesting joy not conflict

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  • Ordinations in Gitega

    4 Feb 2021 • News

    Joy and celebration in Gitega

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  • News from Makamba

    27 Dec 2020 • News

    Sharing Christmas hope in Makamba

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  • Inauguration of St John's Cathedral

    7 Sep 2020 • News

    A new Cathedral, an anniversary, ordinations

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    31 Aug 2020 • News

    “Empowering women is to empower the entire nation”, this is how development is perceived by people involved in community development focussed on women in Matongo Commune. In Kayanza Provincethe Mothers Union with the support of Christian Aid Burundi has started, an initiative of investing in sustainable livelihood through cooperatives, renewable energy and gender empowerment.

    The Mothers Union have conducted trainings sessions aimed to develop skills for women in reproductive health, nutrition, hygiene and food security. Communities in Kayanza as well as in other parts of Burundi live with limited resources and some people unfortunately lack skills and knowledge to make existing resources more profitable.

    Kayanza is one of the most populated areas in Burundi. The majority live on agriculture but face complex challenges such as insufficient land, high numbers of people in households, low productivity, and nutrition related diseases.

    Kankurize Colombe is one of the women in Matongo commune actively involved in the initiative since it started two years ago. She had faced various health issues caused mainly by ignorance. Her experiences caused her to seek for change. She joined the trainings and then became a trainer of women in her locality. At first people hesitated to engage with different ideas and attitudes especially over issues like birth control. However she and other women who benefited from the trainings are now experiencing change in their families and communities that is having a positive impact on people’s lives at many levels.

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  • Communique from House of Bishops

    12 Jun 2020 • News

    The death of President Pierre Nkurunziza

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  • COVID -19

    8 Jun 2020 • News

    Initiatives to prevent the spread of the virus

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  • Gatumba floods

    1 Jun 2020 • News

    People forced to leave their homes

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