Youth in Pakistan and Kenya lead by example on care for the environment

By Rachel Farmer
Posted Oct 31, 2019

In the Anglican Church of Kenya, young people worked with the Green Anglicans Movement to clean up trash in the spirit of inspiring care for creation. Photo: Anglican Church of Kenya via ACNS

[Anglican Communion News Service] Young people in Pakistan and Kenya are leading the way on care of the environment by taking practical steps to look after their communities and inspire green action.

Youth leaders from Pakistan gave a practical example on environmental responsibility when they joined in a rubbish clean-up at the end of their interfaith camp.

Some 55 participants from Sikh, Hindu, Muslim, Shia, Ahmadi, Baha’i, Ismaili and Christian communities came together for a camp focused on interfaith issues organized by the events coordinator from the Diocese of Peshawar in the Church of Pakistan.

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