CWS has launched an appeal for the many people affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan. Donations will help in the immediate relief effort and long term recovery.
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Christian World Service invites churches, organisations and individuals of all faiths to join a Global Day of Prayer to End Famine on Sunday, 21 May. The World Council of Churches and the All Africa Conference of Churches initiated the global effort in response to a growing global hunger crisis that is affecting millions of the world’s people.
On World Food Day CWS welcomes a new report Seeds for Life: Scaling Up Agro-diversity.
It gives a stark warning that without access to a wide gene pool, farmers will be unable to spread their risk, or breed new varieties to adapt to changing weather patterns.
CWS is asking New Zealanders to help rural people in Myanmar (Burma), needing food, water and agricultural support.
In ten days a team of dedicated Christian World Service supporters take up the serious challenge of Living Below the Line.
Seven New Zealand-based international development agencies supporting relief in the Syrian crisis are urging the New Zealand government to back all possible means for a peaceful political solution for Syria.
Dr. Bernard Sabella calls for intervention to help meet the needs of Syrian refugees and to show our concern.
The Aotearoa New Zealand Joint Working Group on Landmines and Cluster Munitions has urged New Zealand to use all diplomatic means possible to discourage the USA from using cluster munitions in any military intervention in Syria, in keeping with New Zealand's obligations as a state party to the Co
Please pray and act for peace, an end to nuclear weapons and fair compensation to those who have been exposed to nuclear radiation and fallout.
Christian World Service is asking for prayers and support for Syrian refugees on World Refugee Day.