Elisha LondonElisha is currently the UK Country Manager for the Global Poverty Project and has particular expertise in international development and fundraising. She holds a Masters in Development Management from the London School of Economics and worked with a number of aid and development organisations including the Global Poverty Project, World Vision, The Oaktree Foundation, Make Poverty History initiatives, and Overseas Development Institute.
Elisha is passionate about the role of faith in development, and the role churches and faith communities can and do play in alleviating poverty. Having launched the Global Poverty Project to UK churches at St Paul's Cathedral in February 2010, she is delighted to be contributing to the St Paul's Institute by writing about current perspectives on faith and development.
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As the world looks to South Africa this month to enjoy the goal scoring on the football field, five years ago the world united behind some different goals - the Millennium Development Goals. More »
Posted: 16 Jun 2010 - 2 comments