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"Water and Sanitation: Faith Roles in Responding to Global Challenges" Meeting Report
On the morning of March 18, 2011, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD) hosted a meeting exploring faith dimensions of water, sanitation, and hygiene ...
Reducing Maternal Mortality: Actual and Potential Roles for Faith-linked Institutions and Communities
This report reviews the work of faith-inspired leaders, communities, and organizations in worldwide efforts to reduce maternal mortality. Maternal mortality rates represent one of the most extreme cases of inequality in ...
Report of the Georgetown Symposium on Religion in American Public Life
Is the dominant American approach to religion, society, and the state worthy of emulation in other countries? The question is not purely academic; it has policy implications both for the American future and for U.S. efforts ...
Global Development and Faith-Inspired Organizations in South and Central Asia: Meeting Report
On January 10-11, 2011, 25 leaders from religious organizations, faith-inspired development institutions, academic institutions, and international development agencies met in Dhaka, Bangladesh to discuss the current ...
Faith-Inspired Organizations and Global Development: A Background Review "Mapping" Social and Economic Development Work in South and Central Asia
This report focuses on the diverse array of development activities involving faith-inspired organizations. Its primary focus is by country, for South and Central Asia respectively; the two regions are very distinct but ...