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Maisha Film Maisha Film
Karibu! Here, we have all the information about our new documentary film, Maisha: A New Life Outside the Mines.
A clean slate in Kenya: the women of Embu are proud new stakeholders in a promising business they helped create A clean slate in Kenya: the women of Embu are proud new stakeholders in a promising business they helped create
Just over a dozen years ago a group of women from the slums of Embu, having nowhere else to turn, called on the Good Shepherd Sisters of Kenya. These women were the victims of particularly oppressive cultural practices and sexual discrimination.
A health center for a new generation of Angolans A health center for a new generation of Angolans
The Angola miracle is a description economists sometimes give to the impressive recovery the country has witnessed since 2002 when warring factions finally put down their weapons, ending a 27-year civil war.
Kenya: Euphrasia Women’s Centre, a vital lifeline for Nairobi's poorest Kenya: Euphrasia Women’s Centre, a vital lifeline for Nairobi's poorest
Mukuru is a sprawling slum in Nairobi where an estimated 200,000 people live. Poverty is everywhere you turn.
A summer they won't forget for Beirut's high-risk youths A summer they won't forget for Beirut's high-risk youths
The Good Shepherd Sisters of Lebanon have had a steadying presence in this tiny country since 1893, providing, more recently, vital
Helping residents of Bangkok get back on their feet after June, 2011 floods Helping residents of Bangkok get back on their feet after June, 2011 floods
The damage from devastating floods that crippled Bangkok in June, 2011 is still being tallied. Thousands of residents are still homeless or living in makeshift temporary shelter, and many others have had to start over from scratch.
Lebanon: The Ain Saade Shelter provides a lifeline for women at-risk and their children Lebanon: The Ain Saade Shelter provides a lifeline for women at-risk and their children
During the civil war in the mid 1970s, parts of Beirut came under heavy bombardment. One of the casualties of the war was an orphanage and shelter run by the Good Shepherd Sisters of Lebanon.