ICFP Faith Community Webinar

Jan 12, 2022

In the time of COVID-19 it is increasingly important to understand and engage effectively with faith actors. Faith leaders and houses of worship are influential in their communities, especially in areas of health and social norms. They adapt to barriers and work within cultural and religious contexts to address issues affecting communities.

Speakers in this webinar will share:

  • How COVID-19 impacts religious institutions in Kenya.
  • A new curriculum on health and family life that is tailored to effectively reach Christian and Islamic religious leaders in four African countries.
  • How religious leaders can have an effective dialogue with the fast-growing youth population in Francophone Africa.

Please note that simultaneous French interpretation will be available for this special ICFP community webinar.

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