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Various religious traditions respect, if not revere, the natural environment. This inspires religious engagement on environmental issues at all levels of society, on topics ranging from sustainable agriculture to water and sanitation, approaches to extractives, and land rights.

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Faith and Agriculture

Faith and Agriculture

Agriculture is the main source of income and sustainability for many African households, and smallholder agriculture remains the backbone of both economies and society in many countries. Interventions by development partners, governments, and private…


Policy Brief May 20, 2016

Policy Brief: The Religious Landscape of Senegal: An Overview

The brief provides an overview of Senegal’s religious communities, with a focus on the influence of religion in daily life, as well as the changing religious landscape. It highlights the contributions of faith-inspired development in various sectors, including education, agricultural production, and family health.

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