"The common goal of love of God and love of neighbour in the Abrahamic faiths is a strong bond in tackling crises in Africa"
"When Christian, Muslim and Jewish NGOs work together on an issue like feeding the hungry, their collective quest toward a common good can cut across their traditions when they meet others of differing theologies who are doing the same thing."
What lessons can be learned from this work? Why do faith communities show such care and love to 'the poorest of the poor'? Is it just because of Gospel values?
Read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2012/jan/25/faith-communites-fight-famine-sudan?CMP=twt_fd