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CREATING A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE BELONGS, THRIVES AND HAS A SAY OVER THEIR LIVES.

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CREATING A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE BELONGS, THRIVES AND HAS A SAY OVER THEIR LIVES.

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When Father John Baumann began international grassroots organizing work, he knew that isolated people are vulnerable people, that true hope came from people organizing without borders.

At Faith in Action International, we’re on a world-wide mission to bring together people most impacted by injustice to develop plans for their own liberation.

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Your sustained support will help us bring organizing to new communities around the world.

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Your support will help people participate in leadership training and bring investment to their communities.

Victory Spotlight

Victory Spotlight: Central America

Getting Clean Water in Central America

Over the years, COFOA leaders have gotten nearly $12 million of public funding to repair road, bridges and parks; reopen a community health clinic; improve access to clean water; and establish new public safety measures. More than 1,000 grassroots leaders and clergy have been trained across El Salvador since 2008. Now, a core group of 200 leaders work in coalition with groups across El Salvador to address issues of violence and access to water. Thousands of people have been reached through listening campaigns to surface their concerns, and more 15,000 have attended large public actions.

Victory Spotlight

Victory Spotlight: Central America

Getting Clean Water in Central America

Over the years, COFOA leaders have gotten nearly $12 million of public funding to repair road, bridges and parks; reopen a community health clinic; improve access to clean water; and establish new public safety measures. More than 1,000 grassroots leaders and clergy have been trained across El Salvador since 2008. Now, a core group of 200 leaders work in coalition with groups across El Salvador to address issues of violence and access to water. Thousands of people have been reached through listening campaigns to surface their concerns, and more 15,000 have attended large public actions.

Victory Spotlight: Rwanda

Supporting Rwanda's Vision for Inclusion

Twenty years after the genocide, Faith in Action International is helping people help themselves in Rwanda. Faith in Action-trained local leaders are building community with the people who were most damaged by the genocide. In rural Mumeya, for example, we helped 5,000 people complete construction of a 38-room clinic, which serves 30,000 and employs 15 people. Leaders also started a welding school and business to train young people and provide gainful employment for them.

Victory Spotlight: Rwanda

Supporting Rwanda's Vision for Inclusion

Twenty years after the genocide, Faith in Action International is helping people help themselves in Rwanda. Faith in Action-trained local leaders are building community with the people who were most damaged by the genocide. In rural Mumeya, for example, we helped 5,000 people complete construction of a 38-room clinic, which serves 30,000 and employs 15 people. Leaders also started a welding school and business to train young people and provide gainful employment for them.

Organisation Peuple Œcuménique pour le Developpment du Nord-Est (OPODNE) was formally launched in August 2014 by 100 leaders from across Northeast Haiti who approved their constitution, elected officers and pledged to put their faith in action...VIEW ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Recapturing the Tradition of Democracy and Equity in Haiti

OPODNE has trained over 500 leaders and helped them form Organizing Committees in 13 towns. Over 2,500 people have been involved in self-help activities. In Capotille, for example, leaders established a peanut co-op to prevent exploitation of farmers by loan sharks. Leaders are now starting a banana cooperative to combat hunger and provide more economic opportunity for residents. They also operate a successful micro lending program.

Organisation Peuple Œcuménique pour le Developpment du Nord-Est (OPODNE) was formally launched in August 2014 by 100 leaders from across Northeast Haiti who approved their constitution, elected officers and pledged to put their faith in action...VIEW ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Recapturing the Tradition of Democracy and Equity in Haiti

OPODNE has trained over 500 leaders and helped them form Organizing Committees in 13 towns. Over 2,500 people have been involved in self-help activities. In Capotille, for example, leaders established a peanut co-op to prevent exploitation of farmers by loan sharks. Leaders are now starting a banana cooperative to combat hunger and provide more economic opportunity for residents. They also operate a successful micro lending program.

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