African Students For Interfaith Tolerance

our vision is to mobilize and empower a new generation of peacebuilders for a peaceful and a prosperous world for everyone.
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Our mission is to build sustainable peace, interfaith harmony and development by empowering Africa’s youth and engaging religious actors for sustainable development.
Number of Members
200
Region
Sub-Region
Western Africa
Location
Walewale, West Mamprusi District, Ghana
Joined URI Network

African Students for Interfaith Tolerance is a youth-led peacebuilding organization working on sustainable peace, interfaith harmony and development through dialogue, advocacy and youth empowerment. Members are Christian, Muslims and traditional religions practitioners. Also, there are members that practice religions that are less known in Ghana. Since 2020, they have hosted activities and projects on campuses to promote and inspire colleagues to embrace diversity, unity and peaceful coexistence, irrespective of religious and cultural differences.

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