Help emergency relief support to victims of volcano eruption in Guatemala Last 3rd June Volcano de Fuego violently erupted in Guatemala, killing more than 70 people  and displacing thousands from their homes. At least 192 people are still missing and over 1,7 million people were affected...
Good Shepherd calls for more commitment from companies to eradicate child labor in DRC Coinciding with a new Amnesty report on how corporations tackled human rights abuses in the cobalt supply chain of DRC, the Good Shepherd (Bon Pasteur) calls for more commitment from mining companies and battery-makers...
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...

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Help us help them: In 2016 the Good Shepherd International Foundation supported programs that impacted 32,863 people across 30 countries worldwide, offering services aimed to protect and empower vulnerable...

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

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Collaborating our way to economic empowerment - A workshop on financial inclusion

“I have hope again. I’ve fixed my bed, I’ve bought my stove, I have my savings. What’s holding me...

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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.