Faith for International Assistance (FIA) has launched a new website that is a helpful resource for faith groups and the global health and development assistance sectors: www.faithforinternationalassistance.org
FIA seeks to strengthen U.S. public support and funding for global health and development assistance through the voice and lens of faith. The website and information generated by Faith for International Assistance (FIA) and others, gathered in one place, seeks to be on-going and valuable resource for all.
Check out the resources available at www.faithforinternationalassistance.org
The new Theory of Change paper developed jointly by members of the Capacity Building Learning Hub has just been released. The paper includes background on the collaborative process, facilitated by Cathy James, as well as a diagram and narrative. Check it out under Resources!
The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, and the Secretary General of the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID), H.E. Faisal Bin Abdulrahman Bin Muaammar, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding reaffirming their commitment to promoting inter-religious and cross-cultural dialogue.
“This agreement is an opportunity for us to challenge the idea that diversity is a problem today, to promote it as a dynamic force and an enriching factor that renews humanity and enlarges opportunities,” declared Director-General Bokova.
Anglican Alliance’s Church-Community Mobilisation (CCM), also knowns as Umoja (meaning “Together”), and Awaken, is building capacity among local church communities throughout the world to catalyze grassroots development. Anglicans, as well as other denominations, are involved in this work. The Anglican Alliance is looking to highlight local churches’ work by sharing stories and lessons learned from communities around the world. Learn more about this approach and Anglican Alliance’s work in Capacity Building.