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Through Joining Hands Against Hunger, PC(USA) congregations will develop meaningful relationships with overseas partners involved in addressing root causes of hunger in their countries. PC(USA) presbyteries in the US will work with national networks of churches and grassroots organizations overseas to address hunger through comprehensive and coordinated activities. Participating PC(USA) congregations and their overseas partners will be trained in joint hunger initiatives focused on mutual respect and justice concerns. Through their participation in Joining Hands, Presbyterian will have opportunities to pray and to be in active solidarity with suffering and struggling communities overseas. In so doing they ...
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Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in Bolivia who target the causes of hunger and poverty in many Bolivian communities through environmental justice issues regarding water, mining contamination, specifically in Oruro with the Kori Kollo mine, as well as water awareness programs for the youth in Bolivia.
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Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in Cameroon focused on environmental degradation caused by oil pipeline and extractive industries, corruption, human rights and food security/sovereignty.
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Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in South India focused on rights of marginalized outcast groups, especially women, the right to earn a livelihood for traditional artisans, fisherfolks and peasants.
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Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in Peru focused on environmental concerns around water, mining pollution, especially in La Oroya, rehabilitation of children affected by lead poisoning, trade justice and human rights.
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Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in Sri Lanka focused on land rights, especially with respect to populations previously affected by the December 2004 tsunami: fisher folks and small farmers in coastal areas.
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