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Project Marketing Officer, Anglican Board of Mission

Dr Julianne Stewart

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Dr Julianne Stewart is the Project Marketing Officer at the Anglican Board of Mission and a parishioner at St John the Evangelist in Stroud, NSW. She has a PhD in gender studies from UQ.

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Justice & Advocacy Two volunteers working with Ahli Arab Hospital to deliver child nutrition services Justice & Advocacy

Anglican hospital in Gaza helping to empower mothers as their young children make vital health gains

“Anglicans in Development (AID), part of the Anglican Board of Mission, has worked closely with the Ahli Arab Hospital for many years, chiefly in supporting its outreach to improve the health and future of underweight babies in Gaza. More recently, AID has begun supporting a new initiative that combines child nutrition services with educating mothers about nutrition,” says Dr Julianne Stewart

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Dinah’s story – a gift of hope

“Dinah began to receive lessons in entrepreneurship through ABM’s Anglicans in Development (AID) Gender Equality Project: ‘I took a keen interest in this group because I had a bit of formal education, which helped me apply what I was learning’”

Anglicare PNG Adult Literacy graduate Anosa’s dream is to become a teacher (© Anglicare Papua New Guinea, used with permission)

2021 New Guinea Martyrs Appeal

“Each year the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea provides literacy and numeracy education to more than 3,000 women and men in 66 Literacy Schools around the country. Now, in an exciting new move, the Church also wants to establish early childhood schools, catering to children aged from three to five years,” says Dr Julianne Stewart from Anglican Board of Mission


A journey of hope – one year on

“Before COVID-19, things were going well for Oliva and other members of the ABM-supported organisation. They were learning new livelihoods and how to organise themselves to make the most of marketing their agricultural produce. And, for Oliva, her husband’s work provided the family with enough money to meet their immediate needs,” says ABM’s Dr Julianne Stewart