10 days, 20 countries, 14 faith traditions
For 10 days in December, religious congregations, community groups, university students, and school children around the world took some time to show SolidariTea and take action to tackle extreme poverty.
People came together across religious, national and cultural divides to send a powerful message of solidarity and optimism.
You can watch our video showing what happened around the world
Faith leaders from Christian, Muslim and Baha'i traditions came together to hand out Christmas treats to sick children at Ravoahangy Andrianavalona hospital in Madagascar.
In Harrow, UK, seven women from Jain, Hindu and Muslim faiths came together and pledged to begin a new interfaith project.
In Ontario, Canada, Jewish and Muslim students organised an exam period fair-trade SolidariTea break. This took place at the University of Western Ontario as part of the Tzedaka-Sadaqah Project of the Centre for Jewish-Catholic-Muslim Learning.
Click below to hear more inspiring stories of interfaith co-operation from almost every continent in the world:
This is just the beginning! In the coming months we'll be giving you lots of opportunities to come together and demonstrate your solidarity with people of diverse faiths by standing together against extreme poverty.