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Liberia

Liberia – Among West Point Shacks

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The name, brings to mind the famous American military academy, but West Point is a strip of land just a bit longer than a kilometer and 400 meters wide, connected to the rest of the shoreline by the Zolu Duma bridge. It is the largest slum on the outskirts of Monrovia, the capital of Liberia,…

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Liberia – Educating with the power of the faith

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  Liberia Mission began as a response to the problem of the numerous orphans left by the civil war that ravaged the country A large welcome sign at the entrance to the mission carries, besides the name, also the date of its inauguration, 3 November 2003, and the reason it exists in terms of what…

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International Law – Justice is better served cold

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  Justice delayed is justice denied, lawyers are happy to say. Then the case of Charles Taylor is a good example. For much of the 1990s, Taylor has been one of the pivot forces behind the violence in Liberia and Sierra Leone. He is directly responsible for the death of thousands of people, for the…

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Advocacy

Feeding people during the Covid-19 emergency.

With the declaration of the health emergency in Ecuador, all activities and services taking care of poor people were suspended. The experience of Caritas’ dining…

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Baobab

The Herons and the Tortoise.

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful lake, near a big mountain. There lived many animals in the water and on the banks of the…

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Youth & Mission

Young People lead the protest against racism, discrimination and social…

More and more young people are joining protests around the world and are playing an increasingly important role to protest against racism, discrimination and social inequality. Is…

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