Mr. Qiu elected Vice President and Board Member of CCA

China Charity Alliance, promote civil society China, Amity and CCA, Mr Qiu China Charity Alliance Vice President

At the Second Member Summit of the China Charity Alliance (CCA), Qiu Zhonghui, Chair of the Amity Foundation, was elected as Vice President and Board Member. The CCA is an organization and platform for cooperation and mutual exchange among the third sector in China and is a major player in the Chinese civil society sector.

Mr. Qiu meets Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmend

Amity in Africa, China Ethiopia cooperation, Mr Qiu meets Abiy Ahamed

Board Chair of the Amity Foundation and Amity Printing Company, Mr. Qiu Zhonghui, met with Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahamed during a signing ceremony of an MOU between Amity and the Ethiopian government on establishing a printing company in Ethiopia in the future.

University for Girls Project further expands in 2019

U for Girls, quality education, SDG4, education in China, gender equality, SDG5, sholarship China

In the year 2019, Amity's University for Girls Project, which provides scholarships and accompanies female university students from difficult backgrounds, expands its scale of operation. Over the past 10 years, the University for Girls Program has supported more than 450 students.

'Food and Water for Life!' seminar held in Hong Kong

WCC in China, World Council of Churches China, Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, The Amity Foundation, Food and Water for Life!, Ten Commandments of Food

The seminar "Food and Water for Life!" given by the World Council of Churches (WCC) took place on May 4. The General Secretary of WCC, Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, and Dr. Manoj Kurian, the WCC coordinator of the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, gave keynote speeches.

Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit visits Amity Foundation Hong Kong

WCC in China, World Council of Churches China, Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, The Amity Foundation

Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC), visited the office of Amity Foundation Hong Kong on May 3. He received updates on Amity's social work in Mainland China and Hong Kong including diaconia and work related to food and water.