"CAPA [Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa] is a faith-based organization operating in 13 Anglican provinces in Africa and the diocese of Egypt. ... The Anglican Church of Canada supports the core work of CAPA with an annual grant of $10,000. From September 15 to 30 , [Canon Grace] Kaiso, along with Elizabeth Wanjiku Gichovi, CAPA's communications and finance director, and Canon Isaac Kawuki-Mukasa, the Anglican Church of Canada's Africa relations co-ordinator, met with Anglican and ecumenical leaders in the dioceses of Edmonton, Niagara, Qu'Appelle, Rupert's Land, Montreal and Toronto. The meetings were 'for mutual learning and setting priorities for stronger mission together' according to CAPA. While in Ottawa, the delegation met with directors of diocese's program and ministries. The Rev. Laurette Glasgow, special advisor for government relations for the Anglican Church of Canada, accompanied CAPA officials to the roundtable with government officials at Global Affairs Canada (GAC) to talk about peace and security in Africa. The agenda for the roundtable with GAC officials included discussions about the civil war in South Sudan, where an estimated 300,000 people have been killed".
"Canon H.M. Waddams who has kindly prepared this very timely Bulletin is a valued member of the C.S.S. Committee on International Affairs. .... We are grateful to him for his compilation and commentary" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword -- Central Africa : 1960 : Introductory Note / H.M. Waddams -- Africa 1960 : A Survey for the Africa Bureau, London -- Review in Central Africa : Extracts from a pamphlet / The Rev. S. Alan Keighley, Secretary of the International Department of the British Council of Churches -- Multi-Racias Society Can Survive in Central Africa, Monckton Commission of Federation -- Part II : Church Statements -- [Listing of] The Anglican Dioceses of the Anglican Communion in Africa.
Church Statements include: Lambeth Conference 1958 : Extract from the Report of the Committee on the Reconciling of Conflicts between and within Nations. p.2.132 -- The Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches (Evanston) 1954. Resolutions on Intergroup Relations Adopted by the Assembly -- The Council for Social Service [resolution of 31 August 1960 by which] the Lambeth Resolution 110 was fully endorsed".