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ACT Alliance, a global network of church-based development organisations, has begun the ‘impartial’ distribution of food to areas in Kyrgyzstan worst hit by recent attacks on Uzbek communities.
Two international church-backed humanitarian organisations stopped from working in Afghanistan strongly deny accusations of proselytism made against them.
Norway's ambassador to the UN has praised the ACT Alliance, a new agency linking 100 church aid and development groups globally. He says their members are "agents of goodness".
UK-based international development agency Christian Aid has helped launch a global alliance providing emergency relief and development aid in 125 countries.
The ACT Alliance, bringing together over 100 church-backed relief and development organisations worldwide, has been formally launched with celebrations around the world.
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