Rwanda: Sisters Listen to Help Heal As Rwanda Marks 23 Years Since the Genocide
Like nuns everywhere, the Benebikira Sisters, the oldest indigenous congregation in Rwanda, have sisters who are teachers, nurses, pharmacists, formators and administrators. But… Read more »
Rwanda: Tracing Rwanda's Highs and Lows As It Moves Beyond History's Shadow
They call Rwanda "The Land of a Thousand Hills." Small mountains and knolls blanket this tiny country, from north to south and east to west. Read more »
February 08, 2016
Tanzania: Albinism in Africa - Sisters, Activists Counter Violence With Education, Protection
Melissa Stanford is 14 years old and dreams of becoming a lawyer. The sixth-grade student lives at a residential school run by the Our Lady of Kilimanjaro Sisters in northern… Read more »
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