A world where faith leaders become channels of hope
Our faith leaders are not automatically equipped to further the cause of the most vulnerable in their communities. Some have promoted gender inequity, stigma, gender-based violence, and harmful traditional practices. We directly address faith leaders’ misconceptions, empowering them to transform their thinking and to inspire their communities to better meet the needs of the most vulnerable.
But there’s more to be done. We believe that every person is created in God’s image and has a right to a full life filled with hope, promise, and well-being; this drives our work. We believe this mission can’t be achieved by us alone, so we continue to seek faith leaders that may become channels of hope.