Our Partners

Faith For Our Planet, together with our partners, empowers faith leaders and organizations through our mission to cultivate climate awareness and action within local communities. Each of our partners brings invaluable resources, moral support, and expertise to FFOP, united by a common vision.

EcoSikh connects Sikh values, beliefs, and institutions to the most pressing environmental issues facing our world. They draw on the rich tradition of the Sikh Gurus and the Khalsa Panth to shape the behavior and outlook of Sikhs and the world, ensuring that deep reverence for all creation remains a central part of the Sikh way of life.

The Thembekile Mandela Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Ndileka Mandela, the first granddaughter of Nelson Mandela, in the memory of her grandfather. The organization aims to continue Nelson Mandela’s legacy of aiding disadvantaged communities across South Africa.

The Commonwealth Africa Initiative aims to promote the interest of the Commonwealth’s African bloc, as well as the interests of the Commonwealth of Africa. They seek to foster economic prosperity, sustainable development, and good governance across Commonwealth countries in Africa.

YELI – Burundi is a non-profit youth-led initiative in Burundi that empowers young people to tackle issues that affect their lives, and provides them with opportunities to develop their leadership potential. YELI works for peace and change through climate action, gender activism, peacebuilding, media and information literacy, human rights, advocacy, conflict prevention and transformation, PVE/CVE, social cohesion, intercultural and interfaith dialogue, education and economic development.

National Incubation Center (Islamabad) is the first purpose-built creative space in Pakistan, and the country’s largest technology incubator. They are a hive of innovators, mentors, change makers, and driven leaders.

Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN) is the largest development platform in Pakistan reaching over 54 million rural people in Pakistan. It consists of ten-member Rural Support Programmes (RSPs), which have been operating since 1982. They aim to promote social mobilization as a common strategy for rural development.

The Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers creates links between local peacemakers and global stakeholders. The Network promotes peace building by actively encouraging constructive participation of traditional and religious actors in peace building processes.