Faith to Action Network promotes research and demonstration projects that generate evidence.

Evidence on faith-based interventions on family health and wellbeing, gender equality and women’s rights and pluralism is fragmentary. Such evidence is needed to convince faith institutions to take greater action.

Faith to Action Network collects and analyses data for learning and decision making, well as action research on specific questions to generate actionable information.

Faith to Action Network synthesizes and communicates research findings to other faith organizations, governments and donors with the aim to promote collaboration between the public and private sectors on delivery solutions

Faith to Action Network's recent research

  • Faith to Action Network organised a 2-year consultation process with faith organisations from different backgrounds and context. The process was conducted in the following regions: Central, Eastern, Northern, Southern and Western Africa The #FaithActors4Justice consultation process invited faith actors to a safe space to learn and exchange ideas on how we can enable women and

  • Faith to Action Network recognizes that there are barriers that have contributed to the discrimination against women. One of the barriers is the misinterpretation of scripture; religious scriptures have been misused to justify discrimination, inequality, and violation of women’s rights. The other barrier to women enjoying rights is the mixing of culture and religious practices.

  • This case study uses the concept of grassroots peacebuilding to assess the impact of interfaith peacebuilding activities in the Yumbe District in the West Nile Region, which the Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) and the Muslim Centre for Justice and Law (MCJL) implemented from September 2018 to December 2019. The study assesses the impact by

  • This case study explores the impacts of interfaith peacebuilding activities in South Sudan that the Evangelical Alliance of South Sudan (EASS) and Pan-African Christian Women Alliance (PACWA) implemented in Juba, Yei, and Bor. It assesses the impacts by exploring three themes that emerge from analysis of secondary and primary evidence, namely, changing individual perceptions towards