30 JUNE, 2021. The last few months have been extremely busy at the Bakhita Empowerment Centre, Lagos, Nigeria. The Bakhita Empowerment Centre for survivors of human trafficking provides accommodation for up to 20 women, counselling, reintegration, skills acquisition, mindset-reset, and opportunities for uniting the survivors with their families. The building has a visitor’s room, chapel, conference room, offices, laundry facilities and kitchen.
30 JUNE, 2021. Teresa Clancy SSL reports from Newcastle, Northern Ireland, and reflects on the last year or so of the Covid-19 pandemic and how she and her friends and neighbours have adjusted. She shares with us some of the fantastic initiatives that she has been involved in that has helped people in the locality to cope, and how her garage has been used as a facility for helping those less well off.
27 MAY, 2021. In a previous news story (March 29) we reported on Naomi Nkrumah SSL’s experiences of the conflict the Tigray Region of Ethiopia and the heartbreaking decision that the Sisters of St Louis made last November to flee their mission in Dawhan. Last month, the sisters were able to return to Ethiopia, and one of the other sisters, Perpetua Apo SSL, tells us about how the civilians who have survived, have been affected by the Civil War there.
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