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2018 Impact Report

2018 Year in Review; Impact Report

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2018 Year in Review: Thank you to our donors and partners

We are grateful to donors who supported our work in 2018. Every gift of any amount is important to us. Thank you! Meg Ackerson, Claudia Albano, Sharon Allen,…

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2018 Year in Review: OPODNE – The Faith in Action Project in Haiti

Two hundred years ago, Haitians birthed a spirit of self-determination and self-reliance with the only successful slave revolt in the hemisphere. The country has been under assault ever…

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2018 Year in Review: COFOA – the Faith in Action Project in Central America

Last year, Salvadoran Bishop Oscar Romero was declared a saint by Pope Francis. Comunidades de Fe Organizadas para Accion (COFOA) is answering the call of Bishop Romero, fighting injustice…

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2018 Year in Review: PICO Rwanda – Our Faith in Action Project in Africa

Twenty-four years after the genocide, Faith in Action is helping Rwandans achieve its vision for economic development and women’s empowerment. Leaders are modeling a democratic approach that claims…

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Faith in Action International 2018 Year in Review

Dear Friends, I am writing to share highlights of this past year from our international projects and to express our ongoing commitment to connecting people of faith across…

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PICO International is now Faith in Action International

I am writing to share news that we are changing our name to Faith in Action International. The name change reflects our continuing commitment to serve people of…

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PICO Rwanda changes ways of doing business

“I have never ever experienced such training where ordinary people mingle with the Mayor in the training led by ordinary persons. Back in my district I see the…

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COFOA scales up for larger issues in El Salvador

“The church would betray its own love for God and its fidelity to the gospel if it stopped being . . . a defender of the rights of…

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OPODNE brings spirit of Ubuntu to reclaim democracy in Haiti

“The spirit of Ubuntu, that once led Haiti to emerge as the first independent black nation in 1804, … and inspired our forefathers to shed their blood for…

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