On May 20, Samuel Azariah, the moderator of the Church of Pakistan and Diocesan Bishop of Raiwind visited the Amity Foundation. Both sides emphasized their commitment to cooperation and social development.
On the evening of May 7th, 270 guests participated in the Pfrang Gala, which once again took place in the Nanjing International School. Due to the generosity of the guests and sponsors the gift of education will be extended to more children in North Jiangsu and Anhui area.
On April 29 the first interreligious provincial training center held its opening ceremony in the basement of Amity’s headquarters in Nanjing, Jiangsu. The center will function as a platform for China’s five major religions to exchange and cooperate in joint social services projects.
The electronic issue of the Amity Outlook No.12 is available for download. This issue gives a review on Amity's disaster relief response in Nepal and features an interview with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
After the earthquake, the Amity Foundation and ACT Alliance partners have reached out to local partners to assess the situation in the affected areas. On the 21st, two staff members of the Amity Foundation arrived in Ecuador’s capital Quito.