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Part of our history: Masebele our village

Little sister Nicole writes:

Let me tell you about our rural village of Mabasele, which is more than 1,000 miles from the capital. What is daily life like? Quite simply it is a struggle for life. We live one day at a time, on less than one dollar per person, per day.  read more »

Goma: Living with War

Tereza-Musabayezu writes from Goma, on the Congo/Rwandan border about coping with an ongoing situation of war:  read more »

Part of our history: Niger, Heartbreak and reflecting on our story

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The Little sisters living in Niger reflect on their future in the Region and the deep call of their vocation to live among small groups of people and especially among Muslims to create bonds of friendship.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in South Africa, Our communities

Apartheid has left lasting effects. How to keep alive the struggle for the true freedom of everyone, and for the whole human person, and to build a society in which respect and equality are the cornerstones.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Brazil, Consequences for the planet

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The Little sisters from Goiania in the state of Gioas, explain about the ecological issues in farming practices in their Region.  read more »