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Faith in Action International Mother’s Day Message

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Rwanda: Women leaders becoming organizers

“As a mother, my role is to sensitize other mothers about how they can be independent, support their families and not depend on men.” Doresela, Nyange leader. Watch…

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Haiti: Women sustain community through severe hardship

“I was born into a mixed family. My father was wealthy and my mother was poor. My father died when I was just a baby. None of my…

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El Salvador: COFOA women are leading change

“Working together, we have accomplished some projects that have been a real benefit in our communities.” –Martha Gomez, San Pedro Nonualco. Watch her Mother’s Day message here. El…

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Haiti: Organizing sustains community through severe hardship

“This is a very hard time for us. We are suffering a severe drought and have lost half our banana plants. There is no government to help, so…

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OPODNE is developing a new generation of leaders

OPODNE was founded in 2014 when hundreds of leaders gathered in the spirit of Ubuntu. That spirit of solidarity is alive today as communities organize to rebuild Haiti.…

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Organizing sustains community through severe hardship

“This is a very hard time for us. We are suffering a severe drought and have lost half our banana plants. There is no government to help, so…

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Rwanda: Leaders becoming organizers 

“I have dreamed about this day when ordinary people are training others to organize their own communities and make government officials accountable.”-  Pr. John, PICO Rwanda Executive Director…

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PICO Rwanda plans growth from the ground up

“I have dreamed about this day when ordinary people are training others to organize their own communities and make government officials accountable.”-  Pr. John, PICO Rwanda Executive Director…

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El Salvador: Dedicating the bridge over the Rio Roldan

“No political party made this happen. This bridge was built because of our organizing.” - Juan Ramon, COFOA leaders. Anglican Bishop David Alvarado and government officials joined Juan…

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COFOA expands power base to address critical issues in El Salvador

Today, surging violence, government corruption, lack of jobs and a growing environmental crisis are forcing people to flee their country. Striving to help more people in their struggle,…

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El Salvador: Dedicating the bridge over the Rio Roldan

“No political party made this happen. This bridge was built because of our organizing.” - Juan Ramon Navarro, COFOA leaders. In March, Juan Ramon and more than a…

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