And the "Best Documentary" award goes to... Maisha! BARCELONA, Spain, December 2, 2016 - “Maisha: A New Life Outside the Mines” took home the award for “Best Documentary Short Film” at the prestigious Festival de Cinema i Drets Humans (the 13th...
16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women The Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd is at the forefront of the global campaign to mark the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence that begins today on the International Day for the...
GSS participates in ECLAC conference, commits to developing new migrant protection project in Haiti The Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd participated in the 13th Regional Conference on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean this week in Uruguay and announced their commitment to...
Good Shepherd Sister participates in open discussion about Middle East emergency crisis The ongoing conflict and humanitarian crisis in Middle East was at center stage at an event in Rome this weekend and our Sr. Hanan Youssef was one of the keynote speakers.    The event, organized by Italian...
#IGiveHope: Good Shepherd Effort To Stop Human Trafficking Human trafficking is a global problem affecting countries both rich and poor. This year on the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons we focus our attention on the work the Congregation of Our Lady of...
Maisha Film Karibu! Here, we have all the information about our new documentary film, Maisha: A New Life Outside the Mines. It takes you inside the copper and cobalt mines of Democratic Republic of the Congo, the first rung of the...

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Help us help them: Last year, the Good Shepherd International Foundation delivered aid to 353,007 women and children, the poor and sick, refugees and victims of violence and conflicts. Thanks to our funding partners, we...

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Maisha Film Karibu! Here, we have all the information about our new documentary film, Maisha: A New Life Outside the Mines. It takes you inside the copper and cobalt mines of Democratic...

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Thanks to the funds raised in 2015, Good Shepherd initiatives from all over the world served more 100,000 women, children, poor, sick, plus victims of environmental disasters, violence, conflicts and refugees.

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The Good Shepherd International Foundation is a non profit organisation supporting the missions of the Good Shepherd Sisters in Africa, Asia and Latin America. United in Global Solidarity with women wounded by poverty, injustice and violence we support local communities in promoting peace, women and children's dignity and human rights through a fair and sustainable economic development.