Spotlight on the G20 Interfaith Conference in Addis Ababa.
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Spotlight on the G20 Interfaith Conference in Addis Ababa.

From April 15th to 16th, Addis Ababa is proudly hosting the G20 Interfaith Conference, themed “Interfaith Collective Action to foster peaceful coexistence, human dignity, development, preservation of the environment, and to counter hate speech, violence, and xenophobia.” This significant event is marked by the presence of diverse religious leaders, government officials, and international delegates, under...

Tackling Tuberculosis in Africa: The Need for Innovative Solutions and the Ubuntu Health Impact Fund
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Tackling Tuberculosis in Africa: The Need for Innovative Solutions and the Ubuntu Health Impact Fund

By Fr Charlie B. Chilufya, S.J. – Jesuit Justice and Ecology Network-Africa (JENA) As the world marks World Tuberculosis (TB) Day on March 24th, our attention is drawn yet again to the stark realities of this global health crisis. TB, remains a global public health threat, killing more people globally than any other infectious disease....

Global Food Systems Transformation at the Centre of COP 28
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Global Food Systems Transformation at the Centre of COP 28

By; Kevin Okoth Ouko-JENA This year’s international climate change conference, 28th Conference of Parties (COP28), will be the first such conference to have a major focus on food. The COPs is the supreme decision-making body of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Its annual sessions aim to promote institutional and administrative provisions...

Elevating Human Dignity: JENA’s Advocacy at UNGA 78 for Health, and Education Equity in Africa
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Elevating Human Dignity: JENA’s Advocacy at UNGA 78 for Health, and Education Equity in Africa

Charlie Chilufya, S.J, The Jesuit Justice and Ecology Network – Africa (JENA) and partners actively participated in the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, which commenced on 12th September 2023. Our engagements and dialogues were pivotal, emphasizing the urgent needs and developmental goals of Africa in health, education, and...

African Faith Leaders’ Statement on how Africa can Emerge from Today’s Multiple Crises.
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African Faith Leaders’ Statement on how Africa can Emerge from Today’s Multiple Crises.

We, leaders of Catholic and other Christian Faith Denominations, Muslim and Indigenous Religions met at Elysian Resort in Nairobi on August 7-8, 2023 to discuss and propose solutions on how Africa can emerge from multiple and interlinked crises amongst others: the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic, food and nutrition insecurity, climate change, biodiversity loss, water scarcity,...