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Zero Hunger: Faith Partnerships for Action

Achieving Zero Hunger is at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development Goal #2 sets out the objective to “End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutri...

Islam and Development in Bangladesh: A Grassroots Perspective

In Bangladesh, local Muslim faith-inspired organizations have taken on new significance as the country grapples with growing social fissures around religion. These groups occupy a critical position...

Modernizing Islamic Education: The Cases of Bangladesh and Senegal

Islamic education systems are the subject of mounting attention, prominent on various development and foreign policy agendas. Discussions are often driven primarily by security concerns. There is, ...

Kenya: Religion in Violence and Peace

Kenya’s longstanding reputation as one of East Africa’s most stable countries is seriously challenged today. Increasing frequency and intensity of violent incidents threaten stability and reveal de...

Religious Institutions & Guatemala’s Healthcare Crisis

Following the 1996 Peace Accords aiming to end the devastating civil war, Guatemala and its partners promised to expand health coverage. Notably, they sought to address inequalities and serve rural...

A Society's Responsibility: Ethics, Religion, and Children at Risk in Kenya, Senegal, and Cambodia

Caring for children in need is an ancient and universal problem and is a central focus for virtually all religious traditions. The challenges of supporting vulnerable children, however, are especia...
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