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While I am a passionate follower of Jesus Christ, my life and friendship with many people of other faiths has taught me that while we may not share beliefs, our shared humanity and respect for the way faith shapes our lives allows us to join hands in serving vulnerable children across religious boundaries.

But what does that mean in a time like this, when a pandemic is shaking people’s lives and, for some, their foundations and faith? Do we, as people of faith, have a particular role to play?

  1. COVID-19 and Its Impact on Vulnerable Families and Communities

    The COVID-19 pandemic has engulfed the world over the past four months spreading across 177 countries worldwide. As we prepare to face the unprecedented challenges, it is important to acknowle…

  2. A Plea for Our Children by Dr. Katherine Marshall

    In this time of global crisis, my heart aches above all else for the disrupted lives of children. Children who live in safety with loving families will face uncertainties and confinement, but …

  3. A Message from Mr. Kul Chandra Gautam, Chair of Arigatou International Advisory Group

    The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented panic and pain; a sense of extreme vulnerability and fear of the unknown among peoples across the world irrespective of their race, religion, ge…

  4. Message by Rev. Keishi Miyamoto, President of Arigatou International, on COVID-19 Pandemic

    The coronavirus (COVID-19) has now spread across the globe and the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared it a pandemic. The world has been affected in unprecedented ways. We are all sad…

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