Author Archives: Ian Rankin
We met together at New Malden to review the past year and discuss what’s happening within CED. Open days are always an education… people are often surprised by the breadth of work that we get involved with. There was a mix of group discussion around the various cell groups plus a time of worship and, [Read more...]
This year it’s at Haddenham, home of the Midsomer Murders. We’ve even organised for the day of the village fete to allow you some afternoon entertainment, though with a really good progamme you will not want to miss out. Further information on the “get involved” page.
This year we’ll be meeting on 18th June at City Hope Church in Bermondsey. Members are strongly encouraged to attend as we roll out the various cell groups at this event. Good speaker too. Anyone interested in the work of CED is warmly welcome. Further information on the “get involved” page.
PVDP has started work in Pakistan and Ian Rankin and Jonathan Appleby are visiting to discuss the project from 7th to 19th January. For up to date information please follow Ian’s blog Here is a new video showing the work being carried out with PVDP in Thar Desert, Sindh. March 2012 ‘Water in the Desert’ [Read more...]
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CED Engineer Rob Wakeling is working away in Iringa preparing the water pipeline for a visit by the President of Tanzania. Ian Rankin is about to join him after a visit to Zanzibar. You can follow Ian’s trip by clicking on this link .
CED is working in Partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Ruaha in a major community based rural water, sanitation and health & hygiene education programme in the Pawaga area in the north western corner of Iringa District. Pawaga is one of the climatically less well favoured areas of the region where some 16,000 people, centred [Read more...]