• Solutions for Supporting Healthy Adolescents and Rights Protection (SHARP)

    The Solutions for Supporting Healthy Adolescents and Rights Protection (SHARP) program brings together a special collection of organizations, including experts in the fields of adolescence, commerce, gender, SRH, and religion. The Experts have a history of conducting research and advocating for changes in policy that have a positive effect. The

  • Palestine: Making Safe Spaces for Young Couples

    Women’s rights and gender equality are one of our main focus areas as a network. This work is implemented across different contexts, including our work in Palestine. According to a UN context analysis, over 40% of the population in Palestine lives below the poverty level. About 54% of people do

  • Transforming Perceptions and Attitudes through Inter-Faith Dialogues

    Interfaith dialogue is being used more frequently to promote peace and resolve disputes. Discussions can affect people’s perceptions of “the other”, thus defusing tensions between the parties and ultimately transforming unfavorable preconceptions and attitudes, making it a transformative peacebuilding technique. In the words of the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy, the

  • Let’s Talk About Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

    Faith leaders and organizations have a significant influence on the norms, attitudes, and beliefs of African society. Faith leaders ought to provide a welcoming environment where young people’s issues about sexual and reproductive health (SRH) are acknowledged in order to better safeguard adolescents from the vices of teenage pregnancies, Sexually

  • Family Planning: Faith Leaders Leaving No One Behind

    With an emphasis on women, people with disabilities (PWD), and teenagers in hard-to-reach locations, Faith to Action Network and the Marsabit County administration in Kenya have expanded access to family planning and other health services. Marsabit County is a melting pot of different cultures and religious backgrounds, and community members

  • Faith to Action Network_News Alert_Issue 3

    Faith to Action Network wishes to share with you our bi-weekly news alerts featuring stories from our network, upcoming events, a case study and job opportunities that might be of interest to you. We hope that the stories we have been sending have been insightful and that you have enjoyed

  • Civil society takes aim at poor access to SRH information, education and services for the Great Lakes Region’s Adolescents

    30 June 2022                                                                                                                      For immediate release Civil society takes aim at poor access to SRH information, education and services for the Great Lakes Region’s Adolescents   NAIROBI — A new project, launched this week in Nairobi, sets out to improve the health and wellbeing of adolescents in the Great Lakes

  • Faith to Action Network_News Alert_Special Edition

    The status of women in Islam is a pertinent issue in modern times due to the growing recognition of the nexus between religion and human rights. It is widely acknowledged that Islam raises the status of women and safeguards their human rights. To help provide clarity on the theological grounding

  • Diversity and Inclusion: From Rhetoric to Collective Faith Action : Faith to Action Network Convention

    Every year, Faith to Action Network member organizations, partners, friends and allies gather to deliberate and reach consensus on issues they are grappling with. In 2019-2020, the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the Network from holding more than one convention that offered a safe space for intra- and inter-faith dialogues so as

  • COMMUNITIES RICHER IN DIVERSITY (CRID): Faith to Action Network Narrative

    COMMUNITIES RICHER IN DIVERSITY (CRID) is a project initiated by a consortium of faith organisations namely: Faith to Action Network (F2A) African Council of Religious Leaders-Religions for Peace (ACRL-rfp), All African Conference of Churches (AACC) that are coordinated by the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA).   The ultimate