CCM is the approach that Mothers’ Union is adopting in countries to help communities break free from dependency and self-solve issues such as poverty – either financial or educational
Community Development Coordinators (CDC’s) are professionally trained community development staff, employed by local Mothers’ Union’s to help and support members as they engage with their churches and wider community.
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Rachael Anderson, Mothers’ Union’s Events and Digital Communications Manager, is currently at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) in New York with a delegation of Mothers’ Union and Anglican members from across the world. Here she reports from the opening day yesterday (12 March).