Faith to Action Network News Alert_Issue 2

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 reading the last two pieces that we have shared with you. 

Wplan to keep sending these bi-weekly news alerts featuring our member’s stories, key upcoming events and job opportunities from Faith to Action Network secretariat, members and partners. If you wish to be featured in the next issue, kindly share with us your stories, and job opportunities with us via communications@faithtoactionetwork.org and copy bethgathoni@faithtoactionetwork.org.

Here is issue 2 of the news alert:

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Comments(3)

  1. FRANCIS says:

    I wish to be informed more on Faith to Action as I am an Interfaith and Peacebuilding facilitator and trainer here in Sierra Leone. i have started an Interfaith and Peace consolidation network in my country as an individual initiative. i am looking for opportunities to learn more in this field of life.

  2. FRANCIS I. SESAY PhD (Interfaith and Ecumenism) says:

    I wish to be informed more on Faith to Action as I am an Interfaith and Peacebuilding facilitator and trainer here in Sierra Leone. I have started an Interfaith and Peace consolidation network in my country as an individual initiative. i am looking for opportunities to learn more in this field of life. i am working at Community level targeting women, especially single mothers and girls. we need more knowledge training and sharing. we want to expand our ideas to gender inclusive programs and interfaith collaborations. For now ours is purely a community based initiative

  3. OCHWO says:

    this is good work the interfath is doing and it is actually our cardinal role to inform our communities about the dangers of denial of information and access to SRHR for to adolescence and to older persons (49-65 years)

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