The Faith to Action Network partners with religious organizations including, Baha’I, Buddhist, Confucian, Hindu, Christian, African Traditional and Muslim, for mutual learning and increased collaboration with each other, as well as faith-based organizations, governments and other stakeholders to advance family health and wellbeing, women’s rights and gender justice and peaceful, just and inclusive communities.


The Faith to Action Network mobilizes faith actors for interfaith dialogue and collaboration to advance family health and wellbeing; women’s rights and gender justice; and peaceful, just and inclusive communities, consistent with one’s faith.

To build an accountable movement that can achieve this mission, we accompany our members in organizational and capacity development, including resource mobilization. We amplify faith voices, conduct advocacy and communicate messages for change, including social and behavioral change. We collect and disseminate evidence, implement demonstration projects and convene safe spaces for learning.


A world in which interfaith collaboration advances healthy, inclusive, just and peaceful communities.


The Faith to Action Network approaches its work with the following principles in mind:

  • Respect for human rights
  • Pluralism, inclusion and appreciation for diversity
  • Focus on common ground, fairness and solidarity
  • Knowledge-based, oriented to innovation and learning
  • Accountability, integrity and transparency
  • Professional and solution-oriented
  • Transformative, seeking to catalyze meaningful change