• 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…


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  • Communique on World Refugee Day

    We, the members and Friends of Faith to Action Network; Gathered here in Geneva Switzerland attending the International Conference entitled ‘Welcoming the Stranger and Shaping the Future’ ; Acknowledging and celebrating the important World Refugee Day observed on…


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  • Statement on the Day of the African Child

    Faith to Action Network Steering Council and its members would like to join the African Continent and the rest of the world in commemorating the Day of the African Child. The African Committee of…


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  • Interfaith caravan on family planning and reproductive health

                                  Faith to Action Network  in collaboration with its founding members, Al-Azhar University’s International Islamic Centre for Population Studies and Research and Cordaid, the Catholic Organization for Relief and Development Aid, developed a facilitator’s guide on…


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  • Faith to Action Network 2021 Annual Convention Interfaith Statement on Human Dignity, Diversity and Inclusion

    56 faith organisations from 26 countries, convened in Nairobi, Kenya, from December 7th to 9th, 2021 to imagine a shared future of flourishing harmonious communities, where everybody, regardless of religion, gender, age, culture, ethnicity, race, ability or…


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    Full statement by faith actors at ICPD+25 Nairobi Summit

    Nairobi, KENYA; 13 November 2019 (F2A) – Below is the full statement presented by Faith actors during the Nairobi Summit on ICPD+25. STATEMENT OF COMMITMENTS OF FAITH ACTORS ATTENDING NAIROBI SUMMIT ON ICPD25 Your Excellencies, delegates and participants; We, representatives of Hindu,…


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  • Increase collaboration, reject polarization, faith-based actors say at #CPD52

    New York, USA, 04 April 2019 (F2A) – The All Africa Conference of Churches has led other religious coordinating bodies in  urging Member States of the United Nations not to regress on previous commitments on…


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  • State of African Women: Right by Her Report

    KENYA, Mombasa, March-11, 2018 - Whilst there are already comprehensive mechanisms in place that document the current status of ratification and domestication of the Maputo Protocol and the Maputo Plan of Action, few explore the pathways through which rights are operationalized in practice through laws, policies, administration, budgets and programs. Apart from a few well known cases, little is known about how Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), including Faith-based organizations (FBOs), influence these pathways and the challenges they face in mediating between duty bearers and rights holders. Download


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  • Statement By Faith and Cultural Leaders to the 1st EAC Round Table on Investing in Health

    Kampala, Uganda (21 February 2018) - We, the faith and cultural leaders from the EAC Partner States,under the auspices of Faith to Action Network, have joined the EAC Heads of State Summit on Investment in Health of 2018 to deliberate on the major public health transformations fueled by changing human-animal environmental interactions, population dynamics and socio-economic development. Download


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  • Toward Prosperity: The Role of Women and Men in Building a Flourishing World Civilization

    The Baha’i Community has made significant contributions on the global arena’s process of empowering women and creating a world of equality between the genders. The community issued a powerful statement as a follow-up to the Fourth World Conference on Women and to the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly entitled “Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century”. The statement affirmed a spiritual truth where women and men are equal, but acknowledged that this truth has been suppressed throughout history. It underscores the importance of the family as a crucial social environment within which formative education takes place and calls on societies not to exclude women from meaningful participation in work should they decide to dedicate a focused period of their lives to the rearing of children. Download


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