Tony Blair Launches Search For Thirty Young Ambassadors For The Millennium Development Goals
Tony Blair: Studying other religions strengthened Catholic faith
The former British leader, who spoke before a multi-faith crowd of around 100 mostly young people, used the event to announce his foundation's drive to recruit an international team of "inter-religious ambassadors" to help fight malaria in Africa.
Thirty 18 to 25-year-old activists will be selected from the UK, US and Canada for the Faith Act Fellowship programme and take part in "a 10-month journey of interfaith service" including working with health teams combating malaria.
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