Emergency Coronavirus Appeal – All We Can and The Methodist Church in Britain

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All We Can, the official Methodist relief and development agency, together with the Methodist Church in Britain, have launched an Emergency Coronavirus Appeal. To date, the appeal has raised more than £225,000 to help vulnerable communities across the globe combat the Coronavirus pandemic.

Revd Dr. Barbara Glasson, former President of the Methodist Conference, visited the camps of Cox’s Bazar, where All We Can are helping maintain essential health services, support the installation of isolation units, and distribute vital hygiene awareness messages.

Writing at the start of the crisis, she said ‘with cases of Coronavirus already confirmed in the town nearest to the camps of Cox’s Bazar, it is only a matter of time before this deadly virus reaches the communities in the camps – who have already suffered such unthinkable trauma since fleeing their homes in 2017. Please hold this vulnerable community in your prayers, and give whatever you can today to All We Can and the Methodist Church’s Emergency Coronavirus Appeal, to help provide essential health services and equipment to the refugees in Cox’s Bazar, and other communities around the world.’

Revd Dr Barbara Glasson, former President of the Methodist Conference, pictured here meeting Hasina, a Rohingya refugee, while visiting work supported by All We Can in 2019.

All We Can is closely connected to Mission Partners, partner churches and organisations around the world. Please do keep up-to-date with news from the global Church and continue to pray for mission partners around the world.

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