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Vanuatu
13/01/2021

Introducing Vanuatu

We are grateful to the Canadian WDP Committee for allowing us to share this video. It provides an in-depth introduction to the...

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11/12/2020

News from Vanuatu

On 4th December Vanuatu moved on from its status one of the least developed countries and became, officially, a Developing Country....

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02/12/2020

Zimbabwe Victims’ Support Fund

Among those receiving relief food during the crisis, are – 1,200 primary school children in the Lupane area, some 2,000 families,...

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27/11/2020

SAGEinKenya

Who would have thought that something so private and embarrassing to girls would actually prevent them attending school where...

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13/11/2020

News from Vanuatu

OCTOBER 2020 This month marks the forty-first anniversary of Vanuatu’s constitution. A one day Climate Change workshop was held...

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02/11/2020

28 Too Many

28 Too Many is a registered charity in England and Wales, established in 2010 by Dr Ann-Marie Wilson, to undertake research and...

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19/10/2020

WDP Service 2021

The following link is a list of the commonest questions we are being asked, about arrangements for the 2021 service, together...

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09/10/2020

WDPIC Journal 2020

The WDP Journal (not to be confused with Together in Prayer) is an annual publication of the World Day of Prayer International...

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20/05/2020

WDP Service banners

A selection of beautiful WDP service banners. They have been created over the years, by members of Aley Green branch, Luton.

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20/04/2020

Zimbabwe, April 2020

Zimbabwe is in lockdown because of Covid-19. Waiting for water My friend Julie Caddick contacted some of her staff and present...

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23/03/2020

Uniting in Prayer

Each week during these difficult times, we will post an item of interest and a prayer to incorporate into our personal prayer...

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04/03/2020

WDPIC Zimbabwe

For many years we have made plans to overcome the situations or troubles we face in Zimbabwe, but we are fast realising that there...

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