PaRD Members and Partners Worldwide

The World Map below displays the global community of PaRD. Please bear in mind that this Map is work in progress as the partnership is growing. In January 2017 we will begin to add projects as well as activities of our Members and Partners to provide a more comprehensive overview of PaRD. 

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    Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

    The German development policy and its executive Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) aim to move a little closer to freedom and security for all; a life without poverty, fear and environmental destruction. Government institutions and faith communities are actively working to realise development goals. The German government has been working with the German Protestant and Roman Catholic churches in development cooperation projects for more than fifty years. The BMZ wants to go beyond this partnership and launch an international discussion on shared global values, religion and development. In order to launch this debate on global values, religion and development, the BMZ set up a task force on values, religion and development. The purpose of the task force is to combine the expertise from various units in the Ministry more closely, to better harmonise interventions that are related to this set of issues and combine them into a new overall approach, and to develop new strategies. The BMZ is not limited to cooperation with faith communities in its work on religion and development. It also liaises with international development organisations and other donors. Its long-term goal is to set up a like-minded group in order to learn from one another and explore potential areas for cooperation.
    Stresemannstraße 94
    Berlin - Germany
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    ACT Alliance

    ACT Alliance is a coalition of 143 churches and church-related organisations working together in over 100 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalised people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality in keeping with the highest international codes and standards. Through advocacy ACT Alliance seeks to influence decision makers, policies, structures, systems to bring about a just, peaceful and sustainable world.
    150, Route de Ferney
    1211 Geneva - Switzerland
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    Amani Kwanza Project

    In the project, four Interfaith Committees were established. These communities have succeeded in contributing fairness and peaceful elections through sensitization of the public in 90 wards. Furthermore, the project has succeeded in organising peace camps/events to raise awareness on development and harmonious approaches. Students have been trained on the Learning To Live Together manual (LTLT), Community Resilience against Violent Extremism (CRAVE) and Good Governance in the lead up to the General Elections.
    Tanzania
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    United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

    USAID is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realise their potential. Working closely with faith-based and community stakeholders is critical to the success of USAID’s mission. These efforts are coordinated through USAID’s Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (CFBCI). It provides a bridge for faith-based and community groups seeking to connect with USAID’s mission by directing them to appropriate points-of-contact within the Agency, offering resources to help guide them through the partnership process, and providing information about new grant opportunities. Their goal is to convene faith-based and community groups to catalyse new opportunities for collaboration between these groups, and between these groups and the government. CFBCI helps to eliminate barriers encountered by faith-based and community organisations seeking to partner with USAID on a range of global development issues including global health, child survival, and food security.
    1300 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
    Washington DC 20523 - United States
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    Ahimsa Fund

    Through new models and new incubators, Ahimsa Fund aims to develop a new leadership and forums for discussion and meetings, whereby everyone benefits from interaction with others and everyone can contribute to changing the world. Through new models and new incubators, Ahimsa Fund aims to develop a new leadership and forums for discussion and meetings, whereby everyone benefits from interaction with others and everyone can contribute to changing the world. Through new models and new incubators, Ahimsa Fund aims to develop a new leadership and forums for discussion and meetings, whereby everyone benefits from interaction with others and everyone can contribute to changing the world.
    20 rue Ernest Fabregue
    69009 Lyon - France
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    Community Resilience Against Violent Extremism (CRAVE)

    Through the Community Resilience Against Violent Extremism (CRAVE) Programme, Arigatou International aims to address violent extremism by using peaceful strategies, community mobilization and building a range of counter-narrative frameworks for countering it. Activities include round tables and workshops with children, youth, religious leaders and communities, formation of think-do tanks, formation of primary and high school peace clubs, research on curricula, round table discussions, inter-faith open doors and use of media including online platforms.
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    African Union – The Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU ECOSOCC)

    The Economic, Social and Cultural Council of the African Union (AU-ECOSOCC) is an advisory organ of the African Union composed of different social and professional groups of the Member States of the African Union. It is designed to give civil society organizations a voice within the AU institutions and decision-making processes. It is promoting strong partnerships between governments and all segments of the civil society, in particular women, the youth, children, the Diaspora, organized labour, the private sector and professional groups. Furthermore it supports policies and programmes that will promote peace, security and stability in Africa, and foster development and integration of the continent. It aims to defend a culture of good governance, democratic principles and institutions, popular participation, human rights and freedoms as well as social justice and gender equality.
    Roosevelt Street
    Addis Ababa - Ethiopia
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    Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC)

    The Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) is a secular body that helps the major religions of the world to develop their own environmental programmes, based on their own core teachings, beliefs and practices.
    First Floor, 6 Gay Street
    Bath BA1 2PH - United Kingdom
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    Hands of Grace Scholarship Program

    Arigatou International and its partners have launched a scholarship programme for children in South Sudan. The aim of the program is to help poor or orphaned children in pursuing education. The program seeks to also address other issues in the country such as: peace-building, ending poverty and ending violence against children. The community has also been sensitized through peace and development programs, which are in line with vision 2030 agenda of creating a unified and developed world, aimed at empowering humanity towards prosperity and growth.
    South Sudan
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    Arigatou International

    Arigatou International is an international faith-based NGO committed to building a better world for children. An initiator and sustainer of partnership-based initiatives to secure child rights and foster children's well-being, Arigatou International seeks to maximize the potential of interfaith cooperation, and always strives to empower and involve children and youth.
    3-3-3 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku
    Tokyo 151-0053 - Japan
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    Football Project

    Gathering homeless children at a sports camp and choosing the most promising ones who can form the core of future football teams. Meanwhile the project emphasizes building children mental capabilities, resolving their psychological and ethical problems, encouraging their educational progress and protecting them from labor, homelessness and begging.
    Istanbul - Turkey
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    The Global Fund

    The Global Fund is partnership organisation designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics. The partnership is between governments, civil society, communities and people affected by the diseases, technical partners, the private sector and faith-based organisations. It raises and invests to support programs run by local experts in countries and communities most in need. In a broad sense, the real impact of investments in health is the vitality and economic strength of communities and countries where the burden of disease is retreating. Only through partnership and constant evolution can the Global Fund achieve the collective vision of a world free of the burden of HIV, TB and malaria. Partnership means continual growth, driven by mutual respect, shared responsibility and a strong commitment by all. Working together, partnerships can deliver healthier and more productive and stable families, communities and nations.
    Chemin de Blandonnet 8
    1214 Vernier, Geneva - Switzerland
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    Operating Schools

    After over five years of conflict, more than 5.7 million children, whether enrolled in or dropped out of school, need educational assistance. It necessary to return these children to schools, ensure a secured educational environment for their learning process, since education is the major source of security and organization in times of emergency. This project will help children lie naturally, protect them against abuse and provide them with skills that will help them overcome difficulties. The project is based on restoring damaged schools, renovating its establishments, and operating them (paying teachers/salaries, educational expenses, stationary, disposables, heating fuel, training and skill-upraising workshops for teachers).
    Aleppo - Syria
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    Bahá'í International Community

    The overarching objective of the Bahá'í International Community is to contribute to the construction of a more peaceful and just global order. The current work of the BIC focus on equality of women and men, human rights and well-being of humankind, development and community building, youth as protagonists of constructive change, the role of religion in society, and the situation of the Baha’is in Iran.
    866 United Nations Plaza, Suite 120
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    Global Affairs Canada (GAC)

    Global Affairs Canada (GAC) manages Canada's diplomatic and consular relations, promotes the country's international trade and leads Canada’s international development and humanitarian assistance. One of GAC’s priorities is to strengthen Canada’s contribution to reducing poverty and inequality, supporting fragile states, building resilience and responding to humanitarian needs. To achieve that, GAC is creating a new policy and funding framework to focus Canada’s international assistance on helping the poorest and most vulnerable, in a manner that empowers people and supports sustainable growth through implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The goal is to lead evidence-based global efforts to improve the health of women, adolescents and children, to secure a better future for children and youth, as well as to provide timely, effective and coordinated needs-based responses to humanitarian and other crises. Furthermore, GAC aims to foster development innovation and effectiveness by strengthening international assistance transparency, delivery mechanisms and partnerships.
    125 Sussex Drive
    Ottawa - Canada
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    King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Center for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID)

    The King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID) is an intergovernmental organisation whose mandate is to promote the use of dialogue globally to prevent and resolve conflict as well as to enhance understanding and cooperation. KAICIID’s mandate and structure were designed to foster dialogue among people of different faiths and cultures that bridges animosities, reduces fear and instils mutual respect. Its interreligious dialogue programmes (IRD) support and help to build communities’ resistance against prejudice, strengthens social cohesion, supports conflict prevention and transformation and can serve to preserve peace. Their IRD training focuses on providing religious leaders with the skills needed to actively support conflict transformation.
    Schottenring 21
    1010 Vienna - Austria
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    Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)

    Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) is a directorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Their main purpose is to ensure that Norwegian development aid funds are spent in the best possible way, and to report on what works and what does not work. NORAD has always supported faith-based actors as important partners to provide services to people on developing countries around the world, particularly in the area of health, education and other basic social services. NORAD is aiming for understanding and acceptance of work to promote and protect human rights and human dignity for everyone. In achieving this goal it is necessary to foster cooperation and dialogue, between secular and faith-based actors, and in addition at inter- and intra-faith level.
    Bygdøy allé 2
    0257 Oslo - Norway
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    Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)

    The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) is a government agency working on behalf of the Swedish Parliament and Government. The overall goal of Swedish development cooperation is to contribute to making it possible for poor people to improve their living conditions. In order to implement strategies and carry out its work SIDA cooperates with a large number of organisations, associations, agencies, companies and cooperatives. SIDA’s focus is to suggest strategies and policies for Swedish international development cooperation, and implement these strategies. Thereby it participates in Sweden’s advocacy work and in the dialogue with other countries, donors and recipient countries, as well as with international organisations and other actors.
    Valhallavägen 199
    10525 Stockholm - Sweden
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    UKAid from the Department for International Development (DFID)

    The Department for International Development (DFID) is a ministerial department and leads the UK’s work to end extreme poverty. DFID delivers aid through multi-country global programmes and core contributions to multilaterals. The aim of DFID is to strengthen global peace, security and governance, strengthen resilience and response to crisis and promoting global prosperity. Their work is to build a safer, healthier, more prosperous world for people in developing countries and in the UK. Thereby DFID is focusing on improving the lives of girls and women through better education and a greater choice on family planning, preventing violence against girls and women in the developing world and helping to prevent climate change.
    22 Whitehall
    SW1A 2EG London - United Kingdom
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    Beyaz Eller

    Beyaz Eller does charity work in the field of humanitarian relief, where they exist and need wherever they are human, and represents the Syrian inside the primary field of work in this period due to the magnitude of the crisis and the severity of need. Society provides services for all vulnerable and needy groups without distinction of religion, race or creed.
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    Istanbul - Turkey
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    Summer Club for Girls

    Syrian child labour has reached threatening levels due to the on-going conflict and its humanitarian repercussions. The project is based on establishing a recreational and sports club for girls aged between 5 and 17 years, during the summer vacation. Beyaz Eller emphasizes health and psychological wellness through different educational and sports activities, in addition to competitions, plays, singing and collective trip of girls and their mothers. Their activities aim at educating girls of their rights, fighting early marriages and raising awareness of girls and mothers about its drawbacks.
    Turkey
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    The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

    Ending AIDS and ensuring dignity, equity and sustainable development are the main goals of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS). Its work is primarily operationalised through a strong link of community mobilisation advisers at global, national and regional level and its long history of institutional collaboration with faith-based organisations and religious leaders on HIV/AIDS. Together with the AIDS movement, led by people living with and affected by HIV, UNAIDS continues to inspire the world and offers a model for a people-centred, rights-based approach to global health and social transformation. Ending the AIDS epidemic and leaving no one behind in the response will profoundly affect the entire lifespan of millions of people around the world, for generations to come.
    20, Avenue Appia
    1211 Geneva 27 - Switzerland
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    Buddhist Global Relief

    Buddhist Global Relief's mission is to combat chronic hunger and malnutrition. Bearing in mind the Buddha’s statements that “hunger is the worst kind of illness” and “the gift of food is the gift of life,” they sponsor projects that promote hunger relief for poor communities around the world.
    2020 Route 301
    Carmel, NY 10512 - United States
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    Socio-Economic Well-Being for Poor & Vulnerable Communities in Rural Areas of Cambodia

    The project aims to increase the collaboration with local authorities and poor farmers to assure food security and incomes by applying ecological-farming system including System of Rice Intensification (SRI) and income generating activities adapted to climate changes. Farmers will work together in groups to assure food security and incomes in the families by applying SRI, growing vegetable by using water saving techniques, and promoted bottom up process in setting up commune development plan (CDP) for assuring climate change resilience.
    Cambodia
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    United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) focuses on helping countries to build and share solutions in sustainable development, democratic governance and peacebuilding, as well in climate and disaster resilience. Thereby it encourages the protection of human rights and the empowerment of women, minorities and the poorest and most vulnerable. UNDP is helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. It is working to strengthen new frameworks for development, disaster risk reduction and climate change, and helping countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results. Inclusive growth, better services, environmental sustainability, good governance, and security are fundamental to development progress. UNDP offers their expertise in development thinking and practice, and their decades of experience at country level, to support countries to meet their development aspirations and to bring the voices of the world’s peoples into deliberations.
    One United Nations Plaza
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA)

    The mission of the Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA) is to offer the platform through which young Catholics across Africa, respond to the twin challenges of Environmental Degradation and Climate Change, from the perspective of Catholic social teaching on care for creation, paying attention to the most vulnerable.
    Upendo House, Camphor Street, Mountain View, off Waiyaki Way, P.O. Box, 37434
    00100 Nairobi - Kenya
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    Promotion of the System of Crop Intensification (SCI) in Ethiopia

    Buddhist Global Relief (BGR) along with Oxfam America and local partners like the Sustainable Environment & Development (SEDA) and Rift Valley Children and Women Development Organization (RCWDO), they initiated a project to promote climate smart agriculture through demonstration and dissemination of innovative technologies and crop intensification systems (SCI) that are both economically feasible and environmentally friendly. Thereby the project will enhance the knowledge and skills of smallholder farmers, grassroots development workers, and agricultural experts on sustainable crop intensification under conditions of limited inputs and resources. In doing so, the project sought to ultimately increase household level food and income security of the participating community.
    Ethiopia
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    United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

    The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) works in more than 150 countries and territories that are home to the vast majority of the world’s people. Its mission: to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted; every childbirth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.  UNFPA expands the possibilities for women and young people to lead healthy and productive lives. The work of UNFPA is based on the premise that all human beings are entitled to equal rights and protections. UNFPA focuses on women and young people, because these are the groups whose rights often go unfulfilled. Understanding local cultural complexities is crucial to the success of our work because many of the issues UNFPA deals with – including sexual and reproductive health and rights – are sensitive, sometimes taboo, subjects. Their work is informed by an understanding of population dynamics, human rights and cultural sensitivities. UNFPA is also the convener of the United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Engaging Faith-Based Actors for Sustainable Development (UN IATF). The task force supports the work of United Nations staff, towards the shared objective of learned, strategic and sustained engagement with key partners in the faith-based world, to support respective and collective efforts to realise international development goals.
    605 Third Avenue
    New York, NY 10158 - United States
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    CEDA International

    Century Entrepreneurship Development Agency – CEDA International is a not-for-profit organization specializing in leadership, mentoring and entrepreneurship development. It provides employment and job creation skills to youth – girls and boys; women; community groups; persons with disabilities and people living with HIV/AIDS. CEDA International has established a platform through which young people and women’s voices and stories are shared and celebrated to ensure the promotion and protection of equal opportunities.
    Plot 176 Kakungulu Road, Kibuli Hill, PO Box 26895
    Kampala - Uganda
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    Providing Access to Skills Development for Selected Out-of-School Girls from Low-Income Families to equip them with Employable Vocational Skills

    The main objective of the project is to assist girls in low-income families who have the minimum qualifications for technical employment, but are denied opportunities to receive the requisite training as a result of lack of economic resources, and are therefore unable to achieve upward occupational mobility to sustainable and remunerative employment. The project aims to minimise the gender imbalances within technical-vocational education.
    Sri Lanka
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    United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works in 190 countries and territories to improve the lives of children and their families, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children, to the benefit of all children, everywhere. UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything they do. Together with their partners, UNICEF works to translate that commitment into practical action. In all of its work, UNICEF takes a life-cycle based approach, recognizing the particular importance of early childhood development and adolescence. UNICEF programmes focus on the most disadvantaged children, including those living in fragile contexts, those with disabilities, those who are affected by rapid urbanization and those affected by environmental degradation. UNICEF works with the United Nations other United Nations agencies to make sure that children are on the global agenda. UNICEF strikes a balance between thorough research and practical solutions for children. They advocate for measures to give children the best start in life, because proper care at the youngest age forms the strongest foundation for a person’s future. Despite remarkable challenges around the world, UNICEF staffers fight for the rights of every child seeking safe shelter, nutrition, protection from disaster and conflicts, and equality.
    3 United Nations Plaza, New York
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    Danmission

    Danmission's work is based on Christian faith and our values, vision and mission focus on equality, respect and reciprocity. Danmission is an independent Christian-based organisation connected with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark, Folkekirken, as well as with churches, strategic partners and networks in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Denmark.
    Strandagervej 24
    2900 Hellerup - Denmark
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    Community Capacity Strengthening in Emergency Preparedness and Response

    The project aims to build community capacity to engage in advocacy aimed at building climate change adaptation initiatives that will assist the community to build resilience and reduce vulnerability to climate change impacts. Therefore, Zambian-Danish cooperation between youth groups (CYNESA and DANISH CHURCH AID) were engaged with the aim of empowering young people in the fight against climate change in order to keep the subject on top of the global agenda and recognise the youthful generation as the most important actor in fighting the consequences and roots of climate change.
    Zambia
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    United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect (UNOGPRP)

    The United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect (UNOGPRP) supports two Special Advisers who report directly to the United Nations Secretary-General. They work together to advance national and international efforts to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity (atrocity crimes), as well as their incitement. In support of their mandates, the Office collects information, conducts assessments of situations worldwide and alerts the Secretary-General and relevant actors to the risk of atrocity crimes, as well as their incitement. The Office also undertakes training and technical assistance to promote greater understanding of the causes and dynamics of atrocity crimes and of the measures that could be taken to prevent them; to raise awareness among States and other actors about their responsibility to protect; and to enhance the capacity of the United Nations, Member States, regional and sub-regional organisations and civil society to prevent atrocity crimes and to develop more effective means of response when they occur.
    2 UN Plaza, Suite 600
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    Episcopal Relief & Development

    Episcopal Relief & Development is an international relief and development agency and a compassionate response to human suffering on behalf of The Episcopal Church. Their work to heal a hurting world is guided by the principles of compassion, dignity and generosity.
    815 Second Avenue
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    Preparation of Climate Change Toolkit for Youth in Jesuit Institutions

    The overall goal of the project is to enhance the knowledge, skills and engagement of young people in Jesuit institutions in Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, with respect to climate change, in the context of Ignatian Spirituality and Catholic Social Teaching.
    Kenya
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    United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UNWOMEN)

    UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, is the global champion for gender equality, working to develop and uphold standards and create an environment in which every woman and girl can exercise her human rights and live up to her full potential. They are trusted partners for advocates and decision-makers from all walks of life, and a leader in the effort to achieve gender equality and coordinate the UN system’s work on gender equality as well as promote accountability, including through regular monitoring of system-wide progress. Gender equality is not only a basic human right, but its achievement has enormous socio-economic ramifications. Empowering women fuels thriving economies, spurring productivity and growth. Yet gender inequalities remain deeply entrenched in every society. Women lack access to decent work and face occupational segregation and gender wage gaps. They are too often denied access to basic education and health care. Women in all parts of the world suffer violence and discrimination. They are under-represented in political and economic decision-making processes. UN Women was created to address such challenges. It is a dynamic and strong champion for women and girls, providing them with a powerful voice at the global, regional and local levels.
    220 East 42nd Street
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    GHR Foundation

    GHR Foundation applies entrepreneurial creativity and universal catholic values in the areas of health, education and global development. The Foundation seeks transformational change in health, education and global development, and partners with the world’s experts to achieve it. This results in a powerful exchange of ideas, and a community of thought leaders providing locally-driven solutions.
    60 South Sixth Street, Suite 2950
    Minneapolis, MN 55402 - United States
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    Rising Stars Mentoring Program

    The project goal is to empower young women in secondary schools in Uganda by strengthening their ability to become active players in transforming their lives and prepare them to confidently and competitively enter the job market as employees or employers. Equipping young women with 21st century skills ignites their cognitive, critical thinking, innovation and inter-dependence, communication, creativity, leadership and financial literacy which are critical necessities for success in the global economy.
    Uganda
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    The World Bank

    The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. It has set two ambitious goals to push extreme poverty to no more 3 percent by 2030, and to promote shared prosperity and greater equity in the developing world. The World Bank is not a bank in the ordinary sense but a unique partnership to reduce poverty and support development and offers support to developing countries through policy advice, research and analysis, and technical assistance. It provides low-interest loans, zero to low-interest credits, and grants to developing countries. These support a wide array of investments in such areas as education, health, public administration, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, agriculture, and environmental and natural resource management. The analytical work often underpins the World Bank’s financing and helps inform developing countries’ own investments. In addition, the World Bank supports capacity development in the countries it serves. It also sponsors, hosts, or participates in many conferences and forums on issues of development, often in collaboration with partners.
    1818 H Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20433 - United States
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    Global Interfaith WASH Alliance

    The Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA) is world’s first initiative that is engaging the planet’s many faiths as allies in efforts to create a world where every human being has access to safe drinking water, improved sanitation and proper hygiene.
    Parmarth Niketan
    Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249304 - India
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    Strengthening of Young Women's Civic Participation & Leadership in Uganda

    The project addresses impediments that limit young women from embracing electoral and democratic processes. The project strategic approach inspires and equips young women with key information, builds their leadership skills and provides supportive networks for peer-to-peer learning and connects them to experienced women leaders for mentorship.
    Uganda
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    World Food Programme (WFP)

    Assisting 80 million people in around 80 countries each year, the World Food Programme (WFP) is the leading humanitarian organisation fighting hunger worldwide, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. WFP’s efforts focus on emergency assistance, relief and rehabilitation, development aid and special operations. Two-thirds of their work is in conflict-affected countries where people are three times more likely to be undernourished than those living in countries without conflict. In emergencies, WFP is often first on the scene, providing food assistance to the victims of war, civil conflict, drought, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, crop failures and natural disasters. When the emergency subsides, WFP helps communities rebuild shattered lives and livelihoods. They also work to strengthen the resilience of people and communities affected by protracted crises by applying a development lens in our humanitarian response.
    Via Cesare Giulio Viola 68, Parco dei Medici
    00148 Rome - Italy
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    Global One 2015

    Global One is a UK based charity founded in October 2013 after a group of driven and passionate women led by Dr Husna Ahmad recognised that there was a need for more women to come forward as change-makers in positions of leadership in the third sector. In particular, more Muslim women, who are too often considered to be side-lined and disempowered.
    4 Gateway Mews Bounds Green
    London N11 2UT - United Kingdom
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    Youth Engaged Program

    The Youth Engaged Program runs a Youth Centre in Kawempe division, the biggest slums inKampala city. The centre caters for youth aged 15-30 years from the predominately Muslim communities of Kawempe with the aim of Countering Violent Extremism and other crimes that perpetuate slum communities. The centre provides youth with a sense of community and purpose in setting up economic incentives that are a strong de-motivator for participation in violence.
    Kampala - Uganda
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    Globethics.net Foundation

    Globethics.net is a global network of persons and institutions interested in various fields of applied ethics. It offers access to a large number of resources on ethics, especially through its leading global digital ethics library and facilitates collaborative web-based research, conferences, online publishing and information sharing.
    150 route de Ferney
    1211 Geneva 2 - Switzerland
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    Forum for Intercultural Dialogue (FID)

    The "Foum for Intercultural Dialogue" (FID) is bringing people of different age groups and different cultural and religious backgrounds together to discuss both their differences and the changing political climate. By gathering talented and active youth from all socio-economic, religious, and cultural sectors of society, FID will enhance their capacity to network by creating a group of these potential leaders to advocate for socio-economic rights through good governance and a healthy, transparent civil society at local and national level.
    Egypt
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    The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development (ICSD)

    The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development (ICSD) is the largest interfaith environmental organization in the Middle East. ICSD’s mission is to catalyze a transition to a sustainable, thriving, and spiritually-aware society through the leadership of faith communities.
    Jerusalem - Israel
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    Interfaith Partnership for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood, Inc. (IPPRP)

    Interfaith Partnership for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood, Inc. (IPPRP) is a gathering of faith-based groups and support partners committed on the promotion and advocacy of responsible parenthood which includes family planning, reproductive health, and population and development concerns through information, education, advocacy and partnership development.
    2/F HMRC Building Don Vicente Ave. Lower Purok 2, Zone 6, Penafrancia, Barangay Cupang
    Antipolo City 1870 - Philippines
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    International Care Ministries (ICM)

    International Care Ministries (ICM) has been serving the ultrapoor in the Philippines since 1992. In partnership with community leaders from thousands of slum communities, ICM delivers programs that transform the lives of more than 100,000 destitute people each year.
    21/F Siu On Building, 243 Des Voeux Road
    Sai Ying Pun - Hong Kong SAR of China
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    Early Childhood Development in Rural Zambia

    Episcopal Relief & Development and their partner the Zambia Anglican Council launched an integrated early childhood development program in 2012 for families affected by HIV/AIDS. The program addresses the needs of young children while equipping their caregivers and communities to support their healthy development.
    Zambia
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    "Maza yi Moyo: Water is Life" - Creating Community-Led Access to Improved Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) in rural Angola

    The purpose of the project is to create community-managed improved water and sanitation facilities, combined with adoption of hygiene practices. The overall goal is to reduce the frequency and severity of water- and sanitation-related diseases, particularly in young children. The project is mobilizing and training local leaders in the establishment of community structures and linkages with government that are necessary for effective local management and sustainability of improved water and sanitation facilities in rural areas.
    Songo - Angola
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    Dialogue and Action Project

    The Dialogue and Action Project is a girl child centered project which aims at prolonging the period of childhood and discouraging child marriage. It is a 3 year project which started in July 2013 to June 2016 and will adopt an inter-faith approach to child protection.
    Kenya
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    Bridging the Gap between Groups in Conflict

    In Kaduna province, one of the areas of conflict in northern Nigeria, is an ongoing conflict between farmers and pastoralists. All the building blocks of habitual conflict are present: the farmers are mostly Christian, the herders mostly Muslim; the two groups are from different tribes, with different native languages. Mercy Corps, supported by GHR Foundation, helps to mitigate the conflict, engaging both groups in activities that help them understand one another.
    Kaduna province - Nigeria
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    Islamic Relief Worldwide

    Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW) is an independent humanitarian and development organisation, which has been serving humanity for 32 years. With an active presence in over 40 countries across the globe, they strive to make the world a better and fairer place for the three billion people still living in poverty. IRW works with communities to strengthen their resilience to disasters, and provide vital emergency aid when disasters occur. They help poor people to access basic services, including education, water and sanitation, as well as healthcare. IRW provides lasting routes out of poverty through sustainable livelihoods schemes, and their integrated approach to development is transforming communities worldwide. They tackle the root causes of poverty and make sure that the world’s most vulnerable people have a strong voice and real influence in both their programmes and advocacy. IRW is also a policy leader on Islamic humanitarianism, and their research programmes develop distinctive, practical approaches to the key issues that are affecting our world today.
    19 Rea Street South, Digbeth
    Birmingham B56LB - United Kingdom
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    Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI)

    An international collaboration on evidence for faith groups’ activities, contribution and challenges to community health and wellbeing. The Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI) was formed in 2012 and initially funded by a broad collaboration of international development organizations, UN agencies, academic institutions and religious bodies. This group was drawn together by a single shared conviction: that there is an urgent need to build our collective understanding of the potential of local faith communities for improving community health and well being.
    4201 cathedral Ave NW 308W
    Washington D.C. 20016 - United States
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    Central African Republic Interfaith Peacebuilding Partnership (CIPP)

    The public-private partnership "Central African Republic Peacebuilding Interfaith Partnership" (CIPP) will support and strengthen locally-led peacebuilding and atrocity prevention efforts in the Central African Republic over the next five years. The Partnership will ensure that donor support is sustained beyond the current crisis, and targeted at empowering inter-religious leaders, as well as women and youth, who are critical players in promoting peace and reconciliation in communities ravaged by violence.
    Central African Republic
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    Kolping International

    KOLPING INTERNATIONAL forms a world-wide network with more than 400,000 members in more than 60 countries. Within the association, the members actively participate in a socially just transformation of society.
    Kolpingplatz 5-11
    50667 Cologne - Germany
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    Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA) Initiative at Ujjain Mela

    Kumbha Mela is a mass Hindu pilgrimage of faith in which Hindus gather to bathe in a sacred river. Simhastha Ujjain is the one of the four major Kumbha Melas, held on the banks of the River Kshipra in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. In 2016, it is estimated that over 5 crore people attended the festival between 22 April and 21 May. Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA) India played a key role in mobilising partners and stakeholders in order to further the message of WASH to the masses at the fair.
    Madhya Pradesh - India
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    Milstein Center for Interreligious Dialogue

    The Milstein Center for Interreligious Dialogue (MCID) sponsors timely discussions and activities among diverse leaders, continuing JTS’s decades-long commitment to interreligious engagement. The center focuses particularly on fostering Jewish-Christian and Jewish-Muslim understanding and partnership, and has been a trailblazer in each of these areas.
    3080 Broadway
    New York, NY 10027 - United States
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    Nadhiif Female Hygiene Management

    The overarching project objective is to address the female hygiene issues affecting women and girls in Nairobi's informal settlements. The project introduces women to health and sustainable menstrual products, whilst utilising female hygiene as a method of income, through the production of reusable sanitary pads.
    Kenya
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    Muslim Hands

    Muslim Hands, an international aid agency and NGO, grew from a grass roots movement and since then has responded to countless emergencies, as well as established long term projects such as schools, healthcare clinics and livelihood programmes worldwide. They are working in over 50 countries and have field offices in over 30 of these.
    148-164 Gregory Boulevard
    Nottingham, NG7 5JE - United Kingdom
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    Primary Health Care (PHC) to foster Maternal Health in Rural Community Setting of Adamawa State

    The overarching project objective is to enhance the quality and quantity of maternal health services, through capacity building a health center in Doubeli Ward, Yola North of Adamawa state in Nigeria. Thereby it is focused to improve knowledge attitudes and practice among women and girls of the informal Settlements, to increase access to affordable, reusable and hygienic sanitary pads among women and adolescent Girls. Furthermore to improve capacity of income generation for women as dealers of reusable pads. The project targeted pregnant women seeking prenatal, antenatal and postnatal health care within the catchment population.
    Adamwa State - Nigeria
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    Muslims for Progressive Values

    Muslims for Progressive Values is a faith-based, grassroots, international human rights organization that embodies and advocates for the traditional Qur’anic values of social justice and equality for all, for the 21st Century.
    601 West 137th Street
    New York, N.Y. 10031 - United States
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    Solar House in Bangladesh

    Global One are managing a multi-purpose solar-powered community centre, not only to alleviate the pressures of the demand for electricity in Rajshahi, but to also improve the livelihood opportunities of members of the local community. This community centre acts as a study space for children to use outside of school hours, as well as a training centre for local women on basic sewing skills so that they may eventually integrate themselves with Rajshahi's thriving silk and textile industry.
    Rajshahi - Bangladesh
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    National Religious Association for Social Development (NRASD)

    Today the National Religious Association for Social Development (NRASD) represents the concerns and interests of different faith welfare networks, which include Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islamic and Jewish traditions. The basic approach of the NRASD is to strengthen the capacity and programmes of existing networks to enable them to play an even bigger role in this field. Together the religious groups represent by far the largest networks for social, welfare and development work in South Africa.
    24 -26 Longifolia Paradyskloof
    Stellenbosch 7600 - South Africa
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    Pakistan Council for Social Welfare & Human Rights

    Muradia Road
    Model Town Sialkot 51310 - Pakistan
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    Progressive Public Association of Women - Mutakalim

    The Progressive Public Association of Women - Mutakalim in Kyrgyzstan is widely known for its human rights and educational activities. Since 1999, the daily activities of "Mutakalim" are aiming to improve the status of religious women in the field of reproductive health, gender equality and allow women to acquire sufficient knowledge and skills for the implementation of women's leadership in interreligious dialogue, and increasing the trust of religious women in institutions of power.
    720046, 354 Den Siaopin Street
    Bishkek - Kyrgyzstan
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    Religions for Peace

    Multi-religious cooperation for peace is the hallmark of Religions for Peace. This cooperation includes but also goes beyond dialogue and bears fruit in common concrete action. Through Religions for Peace, diverse religious communities discern “deeply held and widely shared” moral concerns, such as transforming violent conflict, promoting just and harmonious societies, advancing human development and protecting the earth. Religions for Peace translates these shared moral concerns into concrete multi-religious action.
    777 United Nations Plaza
    New York, NY 10017 - United States
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    African Church Assets Programme (ACAP)

    The African Churches Assets Programme (ACAP) started with a workshop at All Africa Council of Churches in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop was the first step of a comprehensive programme that aims to help leaders in church institutions (such as educational centres, health care services, seminaries, etc.) to build practical capacity in a climate of strong accountability and transparency in the management of assets and resources.
    Nairobi - Kenya
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    Salam Institute for Peace and Justice

    Salam Institute for Peace and Justice is a nonprofit organization for research, education, and practice on issues related to conflict resolution, nonviolence, human rights and development with a focus on bridging differences between Muslim and non Muslim communities. The Salam Institute has extensive experience directing projects focused on interfaith and intercultural dialogue, peacebuilding, conflict resolution, sustainable development, conflict resolution and community development in Muslim countries.
    P. O. Box 651196
    Sterling VA 20165-1196 - United States
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    Global Ethics Forum 2016

    The main objective of the forum is to allow actors in the higher education sector a platform for discussion aiming at the creation of workgroups on projects identified at the end of the event.
    Geneva - Switzerland
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    Side by Side: Faith Movement for Gender Justice

    Side by Side: Faith Movement for Gender Justice is a growing global movement of people of faith who want to see gender justice become a reality across the world. It draw together faith communities in many different countries, and in each country we work together wherever possible to meet local challenges in bringing about justice and equality for all people, irrespective of gender. Side by Side is a growing global movement of people of faith who want to see gender justice become a reality across the world. It draw together faith communities in many different countries, and in each country we work together wherever possible to meet local challenges in bringing about justice and equality for all people, irrespective of gender.
    5 Upper Wish Hill
    Eastbourne East Sussex BN20 9HB - United Kingdom
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    Eco-Theology, Climate Justice and Food Security

    In the years between 2014 and 2016 some major ecumenical partners developed a major initiative on issues relating to the ecumenical sharing of resources about eco-theology, climate justice and food security (ECTF) in order to look into the current state of conscientization, training and resource sharing on these issues and in order to strengthen the awareness of the relevancy of ETCF issues and encourage churches and institutions of research and theological education with regard to the importance and urgency of eco-theological formation.
    Geneva - Switzerland
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    The Faith and Ecology Conferences on Seminary Education

    The programme is focusing on the formation of teaching values and methods for emerging clergy and faith leaders. Thereby it seeks to create a multiplier effect: increase education within seminaries about the relationship between faith and the environment; build geographic networks of seminary faculty and staff, who will share strategies, best practices and curriculum resources on creation care within theological education; encourage faculty to act as agents for creating demand or interest within an institution.
    Washington D.C - United States
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    Interfaith Conference on Climate Change

    Teh "Interfaith Conference on Climate Change" is to urge and empower faith communities in Israel and its neighbors to mitigate human caused climate change. Presentations by scientists will describe the current impacts and imminent dangers of climate change to the region. Religious leaders will speak about religious imperatives for promoting environmentally sustainable practices and the use of renewable energy.
    Jerusalem - Israel
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    Women's Faith and Ecology Project in Israel

    The project engaged Christian, Muslim, and Jewish women in the Jerusalem area for inspiring seminars on faith and ecology. Seminars were held and focused on women's leadership, ecology and faith and involved various lectures, workshops discussions, and an environmental outing to the Jordan River. The Project tries to encourage and increase a better understanding of the "other" and support the creation of cross-cultural and inter-religious friendships and partnerships. They were followed by a Jerusalem Eco Fair, highlighting ecological work and activism taking place throughout the greater Jerusalem area and women's active role in it.
    Israel
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    Second Day Project

    From the current participants of the Thrive Project, approximately 3,000 pastors (35 per district) are expected to participate in the "Second Day Project". The International Care Ministries (ICM) has identified some of the best-in-class pastor training programs specializing in alternative education models for third world pastors. As a part of the Second Day project, ICM will invite a number of these nonprofits to partner with ICM to each deliver training to a portion of the pastors in ICM's network.
    Philippines
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    The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice. The Army’s doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasise God’s saving purposes. Its objects are ‘the advancement of the Christian religion… of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole.’*
    221 East 52nd Street
    New York City, NY, 10025 - United States
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    Transform Program

    Through the experience gained over the last 22 years, the International Care Ministries (ICM) has developed an effective poverty reduction model that is transforming lives. ICM's approach addresses four key assets essential in the climb out of poverty: Hope for a better future, essential education and training,an encouraging environment of support andresources to equip change.
    Philippines
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    United Society Partners in the Gospel (USPG)

    The United Society Partners in the Gospel (USPG) is an Anglican mission agency acting in partnership with churches around the world. Together, we work alongside local communities, putting the gospel into action by providing healthcare, overcoming barriers to prosperity, nurturing leaders, promoting justice, and responding to crises.
    Harling House 47-51, Great Suffolk Street
    London SE10BS - United Kingdom
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    Woodenfish Foundation

    Woodenfish Foundation aims to establish a global network of ethical and compassionate professionals, scholars, and leaders. The foundation cultivates ongoing exploration of one's inner life, and inspires meaningful engagement with the pressing global issues of modern times.
    301 Roaring Brook Rd.
    Chappaqua, NY 10514 - United States
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    World Association for Christian Communication (WACC)

    The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) is an international organisation that promotes communication as a basic human right, essential to people’s dignity and community. Rooted in Christian faith, WACC works with all those denied the right to communicate because of status, identity, or gender. It advocates full access to information and communication, and promotes open and diverse media. WACC strengthens networks of communicators to advance peace, understanding and justice.
    304 Main Street
    Toronto, Ontaria M4C 4X7 - Canada
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    World Council of Churches Armenia Inter-church Charitable Round Table Foundation

    The World Council of Churches Armenia Inter-Church Charitable Round Table Foundation (ART) is an ecumenical organization which in close collaboration with Churches and non-governmental organizations works to actively contribute to the poverty eradication, sustainable community development, active involvement of the church in the social work, overall development of civil society in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.
    Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin
    Etchmiadzin 1101 - Armenia
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    World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD)

    The World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD) is a notfor-profit organization working at the intersection of religion and global development. Housed within the Berkley Center in Washington, D.C., WFDD documents the work of faith inspired organizations and explores the importance of religious ideas and actors in development contexts.
    3307 M St. NW Suite 200
    Washington, DC 20002 - United States
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    Kolping India Programmes

    Kolping India Programme primarily works among people who are marginalised and deprived of basic needs through 'help for self-help'- approach. The progranmme supports the process of identifying and organising the aforesaid people into groups known as Kolping Families through partnering with Diocesean Social Service Societies.
    India
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    Programmes of Kolping Society of Tanzania

    The Kolping Society of Tanzania is a Catholic social action organization established in Tanzania in 1989 for promoting the spiritual, social, economic, and cultural welfare of the people of this country. Set up as a lay movement, it is a family-like, life guiding education and action oriented organization, involved in all aspects of life.
    Tanzania
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    Muslim Hands - Pakistan Chapter

    Muslim Hands regional programme in Pakistan is contributing towards bringing a positive social change with a focus on Education, Livelihoods, Health, Community Physical Infrastructure, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Disaster Management. It is presence in more than 50 districts across Pakistan.
    Pakistan
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    #ImamsForShe-Initiative

    The initiative #ImamsForShe aims to support and empower Imams, religious leaders and Islamic scholars who debunk misogynistic interpretations of Islamic scripture and traditions that have led to human rights violations in the name of Islam, against women and girls and their sub-human status across Muslim-majority countries and within Muslim communities in the West.
    Tunisia
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    Dialogue on Religion, Sustainable Development and Democracy: Shaping the Future together

    “Shaping the Future together” refers in the first instance to the process of dialogue and consultations within South Africa – amongst the different sectors (government, business, trade unions, civil society, inter-faith networks) – on what kind of society South Africans want to build after many years of colonialism, apartheid and internal conflicts. Furthermore it refers to the regional and international dialogue between ecumenical partners, inter-faith partners, United Nations’ programmes.
    South Africa
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    Moral Leadership in Times of Crisis and Complexity (Conference)

    The conference "Moral Leadership in Times of Crisis and Complexity" was a gathering of pre-eminent church leaders, theologians, economists and people of other professions from both Germany and South Africa, lead to formulation of the third Stellenbosch/Franschhoek Consensus. The focus fell on rising uncertainties and difficult choices in pursuit of economic prosperity within a just society.
    Franschhoek - South Africa
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    Multisectorial Cooperation for Inter-Ethnic Peacebuilding in Kyrgyzstan

    The project aims to assist religious leaders and community leaders to use their positions as agents of change and work within their communities to shape social values, respect for diversity and civic responsibility and to promote positive behavior by engaging in Behavioral Change Communication (BCC) interventions. Thereby it tries to effectively contribute to peacebuilding, directly mediating between parties in conflict, engaging in conflict prevention, promoting zero tolerance of all forms of violence that can have profound effects – direct and indirect – within the communities.
    Bishkek - Kyrgyzstan
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    Women's Political Participation Project in Kyrgyzstan

    The project will support to strengthen women’s political participation in the southern regions of the Kyrgyz Republic. The organisation will conduct a study analysing the current situation of women’s political participation in nine target regions in the south. Based on this study it will then develop nine strategies aimed at fostering women’s active participation in public life and conduct information campaigns to motivate women to take active part in the political process. The aim is to mentor and train at least 50 women to participate in upcoming local elections.
    Bischkek - Kyrgyzstan
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    Advancing the Health and Wellbeing of Vulnerable Children through Multi-religious Collaboration in Myanmar

    Religions for Peace has undertaken initiatives to advance and strengthen multi-religious collaboration for child protection; deliver important services to support vulnerable children and their families; and strengthen child protection systems. These initiatives will address three separate but mutually reinforcing strands of the current dynamic affecting children in Myanmar: 1) strengthen community based child protection systems, 2) strengthen and enhance direct services for vulnerable children, and 3) advance inter-communal harmony and social cohesion through interreligious cooperation.
    Myanmar
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    Multi-religious Collaboration for the Common Good (MCC) Project

    The project "Multi-religious Collaboration for the Common Good (MCC)" aims to enhance and track the outcomes of interreligious dialogue, child wellbeing and interreligious education. This project has three main pillars: Provide support to develop the community of practice and increase communication and collaboration related to interreligious dialogue (IRD); Increase the impact of child wellbeing programs through interreligious dialogue; and Introduce IRD methodology into interreligious and intercultural education.
    Indonesia
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    Community Empowerment Programme in Kerala (India)

    The project will support the existing Self Help Groups (SHGs) for a better functioning, support to the weaker groups to strengthen them and organize new SHGs to constitute the community enjoying life with dignity. The project will provide loans for small scale business, education, construction of toilets, maintenance of houses, medical treatment and organize awareness programmes on health issues, adolescent problems, mother and child health, life style diseases, cancer and geriatric care.
    Kerala - India
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    Environmental Protection, Food Security and Economic Development (EPFOSE)

    The long term goal of this project is to lay the ground work for long term protection of the areas surrounding Mountt Elgon National park and its ranges. The purpose of the project is to develop and test effective measures for the reduction of the root causes of biodiversity degradation; the elicit use of the protected resources by the subsistence population. This will be achieved through pilot activities to raise income in the sub-counties along the slopes of the mountain by supporting environmentally sound district planning. Furthermore it will be achieved through the promotion of food secure community through the provision of inputs that support sustainable agriculture, nutrition and enhance livelihoods while adapting to climate change and conserving natural resources and environmental services.
    Manafwa - Uganda
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    Asian Theological College Training Programme

    The new Asian Theological Academy will be a space for priests and lay leaders to consider afresh what it means to be a Christian in Asia, and provide them a platform to become mature leaders and responsible stewards in their churches, communities and societies. The programme wants to see Asian churches building new theologies that address twenty-first century concerns, such as globalisation, multi-faith societies and poverty.
    Sri Lanka
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    Community Integrated Interventions Programme

    The goal of the Anglican Council in Malawi (ACM) CII program is to improve standard of living among vulnerable communities residing in the four Anglican Council Dioceses of Malawi. In line with this goal, the program has five key objectives, which are to improve literacy among girls, increased household income through access to markets, improved management of environment and climate change effects, improved environmental hygiene and sanitation practices and increased access to HIV prevention, care and treatment services.
    Malawi
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    World Vision International

    World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
    18, Square de Meeûs, 1st Floor, Box 2
    B-1050 Brussels - Belgium
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    Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH) Programme for Woar Kyaw Village

    The main aim of the Church of the Province of Myanmar and the six dioceses is to become self reliant and for the wellbeing of the Parishes. It means that it will become a holistic development in all areas one day. WASH programme is one of the areas to develop because almost all the mountainous areas have water scarcity and that is one constraint in health, poor economic development and opportunity for the children to get good education.
    Myanmar
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    Humanistic Buddhist Monastic Life Program (HBMLP)

    Since 2002, Woodenfish's flagship Humanistic Buddhist Monastic Life Program has offered students from around the world firsthand exposure to the daily life, practice and theory of Buddhism within a traditional Buddhist monastic setting. Whether seasoned practitioners or completely new to Buddhism, all students are engaged through monastic discipline and philosophical inquiry to turn their attention inwards in pursuit of authentic realization.
    China
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    Refugees and Communication Rights in Europe

    The project will support the communication rights of refugees seeking safe passage into and through Europe and challenge public attitudes of intolerance and discrimination against them. It will use the methodology of World Assiciation for Christian Communication (WACC) Global Media Monitoring Project to assess media portrayal & representation of refugees in five or more European countries; engage with secular and church related media professionals, develop action plans for organisations and networks to promote communication rights of refugees. It will provide a communication platform in cooperation with the Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe, for sharing information and good practice among church and ecumenical Partners.
    Greece
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    Strengthening Community Radio (SCR) Programme

    Strengthening Community Radio Programme builds the capacity of community radio stations (online and broadcast) around the world to contribute to local development, as well as to advocate for communication rights. The program provides access to funding, knowledge exchange, and training. Community radio stations contribute to sustainable development because they help create local dialogue platforms around topics such as health, education, the environment, or conflict resolution that often lead to concrete action. Community radio stations also advance democratic participation by enabling marginalized people to exercise their rights.
    Philippines
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    Armenia and Neighbours: Looking for Peace

    The project aims to improved capacity in conflict transformation amongst students to enable them spread alternative view and vision of peace in Yerevan. Furthermore it tries to increased public awareness on peace and conflict resolution due to joint efforts and opinion exchange between Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), media, opinion leaders, peace ambassadors. To this end, the Armenia Inter-Church Round Table Foundation (ART) pays special attention to building youth and CSOs capacity in conflict transformation and offers alternative view and vision of peace.
    Armenia
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    Armenia Round Table Project 2014-2016

    Within the Integrated Community Development (ICD) the Armenia Inter-Church Round Table Foundation (ART) planned to implement a complex set of activities through establishment/maintenance of community development centres and other social/development projects to address the needs of the vulnerable. For that the project aims to improve livelihood security in communities, building and creating a space for trust and conflict transformation, and communities became more resilient and improved recovery from social problems.
    Armenia
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    Still Surviving Ebola - Emergency and Recovery Response in Sierra Leone

    Ebola infected more than 14,000 people in Sierra Leone and claimed the lives of 3,955 victims, including 945 children. Not everyone was infected by the virus, but every Sierra Leonean was profoundly affected by the epidemic. During the 15-month crisis, World Vision International (WVI) worked tirelessly to protect children their families from Ebola. WVI organised forums where people could share their fears and unanswered questions about Ebola, and worked with paramount chiefs to develop effective bylaws to help shield their communities from the virus.
    Sierra Leone
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    Improving Girls acess through Transformig Education (iGATE)

    The "Improving Girls access through Transforming Education" (iGATE) programme has been successfully implementing a multilayered programme which is aiming to improve girls access to, retention in and performance in school. iGATE’s multi-layered approach is a critical strategy for implementation in sectors as complex and interconnected as gender and education. It is working directly with the girls themselves, boys, parents, church leaders, school leadership, traditional leadership and government to create a comprehensive, empowered, educated and active safety net of support for girls and their anticipated improvements in education, health and civic engagement.
    Zimbabwe
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    Central African Republic Interfaith Peacebuilding Partnership (CIPP)

    The "Central African Republic Interfaith Peacebuilding Partnership" (CIPP) has three complementary objectives. The first is that livelihood security is strengthened as a foundation for peace. The second is that trauma healing and peace education training contribute to social cohesion. And the third is that the Central African Republic (CAR) civil society, with an emphasis on youth and women, will be fully integrated into program activities.
    Central African Republic