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The Christian Council of Churches in Madagascar (FFKM) has launched a process of broad-based national reconciliation to enable the Malagasy people to find a way out of the political crisis that has gripped the nation for more than four years.
Representatives of more than 200 political parties and civil society organizations are meeting in Antananarivo, the capital, May 3 to 5 to seek consensus on a way forward. Please support this initiative by praying for:
The Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations has worked with the NGO Working Group on the Security Council to bring attention to OCHA, including Under-Secretary General Amos and Security Council Member States on the humanitarian concerns in these areas. We know that there is still much work to do, but are glad to see the Central Emergency Response Fund and OCHA making these commitments in these places.
From the UN News Centre:
9 August 2012 –
The United Nations today announced that it will allocate $55 million to bolster operations in eight countries with neglected humanitarian emergencies.
Afghanistan, Cameroon, Colombia, the ...
The Malagasy Christian Council of Churches (FFKM) released a declaration on the crisis in Madagascar. The PC(USA) works in partnership with the Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar (FJKM), which was formed by the union of three churches in 1968. The FJKM is a member of the Malagasy Christian Council of Churches. The following is the English translation of the declaration. Pray for the people of Madagascar.
Malagasy Christian Council of Churches (FFKM)
May 12, 2012
May the grace and peace of God be with you.
After the numerous pleas to the churches within the Malagasy Christian ...
These prayers are adapted from the Madagascar Matters Prayer Ministry of the First Presbyterian Church in Orlando
Please pray for provision and encouragement for the many who are struggling, and need food, shelter, and healthcare.
The coup government remains in power, creating on-going political and economic instability, inflation, and increased poverty and corruption. Madagascar is one of the ten Hungriest nations and over 80% of the population live on less than $220 per year.
Please pray for the other leaders of the FJKM (The Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar) that they would have wisdom, strength, resources and faith as ...
Madagascar's new electoral commission on Monday asked UN experts to come help organize polls for an election by the end of the year that may help lead the nation out of a three-year-old crisis.
Learn more about the situation in Madagascar.
Presbyterians have a long history of partnership with the Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar (FJKM). Read about the ministries of our partners in Madagascar.