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The Letter to Friends Around the World

“I always read the Letter to Friends with much interest and admiration,often thinking to myself that I too have witnessed acts of courage, goodness and solidarity among the poorest people.” A correspondent from Burkina Faso    « The Letter to Friends around the World » which is published three times a year,... Read more
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Our common point is our commitment

For years now we have been sharing our commitments and our ways of acting for a world without extreme poverty: in these days of world pandemic, we need to feel connected to share our worries, but above all to exchange our strengths, our ideas, our ways of being there for those people who are more at risk than others because they already live in... Read more
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My recycling workshops with the children

From a very early age, I learnt from my mother how to embroider and knit wool. I also like working with children and since 2015, I have been working in a youth center in Naciria, a neighborhood of a small town in Algeria. The center is used by youths and children from modest families from the neighborhood, but also from the  nearby mountain... Read more
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Maintaining positive connections and taking care of others

The training course on «social and cultural mediation» was created in Bangui, in the Central African Republic in 2016, following the idea «Let’s encourage young people who are already involved in their community to develop their care of the most fragile, with research and learning methods which enable us to achieve what we... Read more
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I feel humbled to have known these families

I am now a consultant in a College of Social Work in Mumbai. I first started as a community organizer and then as social worker, working in an urban slum with grass root communities of different religions and caste, particularly the schedule caste of “cobblers”. The  mothers were domestic workers in the ‘well to do’... Read more
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