Religions United for the Advancement of Communities and Humanity (RUACH) is based in Yaounde, Cameroon, and is committed to advocacy for the integration of all the religions of the world in order to achieve global peace, religious harmony, and spiritual development of humanity. This group is not connected to any religious institutions but was formed by free and independent individuals from different faiths who came together to merge their efforts and energy to building peace in their society.
RUACH consists of members from various faiths expressions in Cameroon, including the Christian traditions (Protestant, Roman Catholic and some Greek Orthodox), Muslims traditions, Brahma Kumaris and others. Some of the activities carried out by the organization include interreligious and interfaith programs, human rights advocacy projects, peace education, democracy and governance projects. RUACH partners and collaborates with other local, national and international partners. RUACH was formed based on the experiences of members in various interfaith settings locally. This Cooperation Circle (CC) commemorates different UN international days related to issues of peace building, democracy, human rights, and women. Members are planning a human rights educational and advocacy campaign across the country in order to mobilize faith and indigenous communities.