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Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recognize their common ground with other religions—they also recognize the good works of other religions and actively look for ways to collaborate with them on projects to serve people, regardless of faith, all around the world.
Because The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has members around the world, it is well positioned to mobilize local leadership and aid quickly when disaster strikes. For three decades, in over 175 countries, Church members have worked alongside Catholic charities, Islamic religious groups, the Red Cross, and other charitable organizations in locations such as Haiti, Japan, Brazil, and the Hurricane Katrina–ravaged Gulf Coast. The Church has participated in global clean water initiatives and provides neonatal resuscitation training and global immunization programs, all of which benefit from relationships fostered between the Church and like-minded believers around the world. Together with other faiths, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints promotes religious freedom and brings life-saving aid to those in need around the world.