Meeting the Challenge of Religion and Pluralism in Africa: Presentation of Grantees’ Initial Findings

On June 16–18, 2009, TrustAfrica convened the grantees of its Religious Pluralism initiative to present the initial findings of their work and reflect on opportunities to extend its reach. The workshop,  held at the Nairobi Safari Club in Nairobi, Kenya, brought together 25 participants, representing 12 grantee organizations, TrustAfrica, and other stakeholders interested in addressing the religious dimension of  pluralism and identity in Africa. The meeting was designed to follow up on an earlier convening, held in July 2007 in Dakar, Senegal, and a related series of grants totaling $806,996 (see Appendix). The  Nairobi convening gave many of these grantees an opportunity to share their project experiences and outcomes and to refine their networking strategies.

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IFAPA, PROCMURA and TrustAfrica

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