Faith-Based Organizations Unite

More than 75 religious leaders and representatives of Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, Jewish, Christian and Muslim faith-based organizations formed a global interfaith network to strengthen cooperation against the global issues of maternal death, AIDS, and poverty. 

“We have learned that while we come from different faiths, different regions and different experiences,” said Thoraya Obaid, executive director of UNFPA. “We share the common values of compassion, tolerance, respect for differences, and a passion to try to improve the lives of the people we serve.”

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