Together we can end child
poverty worldwide.
Faith in Action for Children

Interfaith Prayer With Children In the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

22 April 2020

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Acting together to achieve social and environmental justice for all

This year, with the theme; Acting together to achieve social and environmental justice for all; Arigatou International, through its End Child Poverty initiative, would like to interact with you and ask you to show us what actions you are taking to help address the forms of poverty in your community that are affecting children in particular.

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The Impact of Poverty on Children

22,000 children die
everyday due to poverty

How to help

61 million primary school-age children were not enrolled in school

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1 billion children around
the world live in poverty

Stop poverty

An Interfaith Guide to End Child Poverty: Inspire. Act. Change.

Religious communities and organizations have unique resources. These include their spiritual values, social capital, and moral assets. By working together in partnership with like-minded organizations, we believe in mobilizing resources to reduce poverty at grassroots and global level.

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