One of the strengths of having the headquarters of the Africa Faith and Justice Network in Washington, DC is the opportunity to collaborate with other progressive Africa groups that follow the many issues that call for education and advocacy. One such gathering is the monthly meeting of the Advocacy Network for Africa (ADNA).
This long serving coalition has brought together faith-based groups as well as others that work on issues of the Continent in a united effort to make change for the better possible. At our meetings we also invite members of the administration or Hill staffers who specialize in African affairs to come and give us time for both input on current administration or Congressional policies as well as dialogue on current issues.
This article is from the April-June issue of Around Africa, by Rev Rocco Puopolo