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May the light of the Risen Christ spring into us

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Mrs ZONGO Félicienne Marie Christine- President of ABE, Burkina Faso. Today the day of Resurrection, a day of joy, yes Christ is risen. First of those who have fallen asleep, death is swallowed up by life. What teaching can we learn from this great mystery of resurrection? We must give life, and work to ensure […]




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Easter Vigil Reflection

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by Fr. Gregory Mulobela, S.J., Director Chikuni Parish Home Based Care Project – Zambia. Tonight, some will gather in darkness to begin the Easter vigil in the Holy Night. The “darkness” of Covid-19 has necessitated a sheltering-in-place order in some countries. And the “darkness” of inequalities that have prevented some of our brothers and sisters […]




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Good Friday Homily

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Terry Charlton, S.J. I write from St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School, serving AIDS-affected youth from Kibera slum. Anita was living with AIDS in Kibera. She lived in a single room with her two children, Alice, her 20-year-old daughter who found occasional work at a hair-dressing salon, and, Morry, her 15-year old son in Form 2 […]




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Love and service above all else

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Holy Thursday Reflections- by Ms. Masy Alinoro, Health and Family Program Officer at Centre Arrupe Madagascar Today is the beginning of the Easter tridium. What comes to mind first are Jesus’ last meal with his disciples and the washing of his feet. Jesus, at the heart of this celebration, is also at the heart of […]




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Girls at Hekima Place Trust undergo AJAN HIV and AIDS Prevention Program for Youth

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Above: Fr. Ismael Matambura, director of AJAN during a healing session Early in March 2021, Margaret Nyawira, the program manager of Hekima Place Trust, reached out to AJAN’s Capacity Building officer, Pascalia Sergon, with a desire for the AJAN HIV and AIDS Prevention Program offered to girls at the center. After a few weeks AJAN […]




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Entering Jerusalem with Jesus in Times of COVID-19

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By Fernando C. Saldivar, S.J. We have arrived. Here we are on the cusp of Holy Week. Our journey through Lent is very nearly complete. We are here, on Palm Sunday, at the gates of Jerusalem with Jesus. Even though we all know the story, what we commemorate over the coming days, God has been […]




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World AIDS Day: Arrupe Madagascar CA MDG Centre statement

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The Arrupe Madagascar CA MDG Centre, through its Pastoral Health and Family Programme, highlighted this universal theme on World HIV/AIDS Day: 01 December 2020. Indeed, CA MDG welcomed at its headquarters the faith-based organizations that are in the field of this struggle to show their solidarity and the respective responsibilities that these organizations are undertaking, […]




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“It is a losing battle to fight a practice without knowledge”, a take-home from third day of training for AJAN network

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   By Caleb Mwamisi  What would you do if you donated green grams to mothers to feed their young ones for a balanced diet, and you realized that the same was being sold for bread to be bought? The above is a question which was posed by trainers, Dr. Paschalia Mbutu and Dominic Syuma on […]




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Continuing to strengthen young people against the HIV virus amidst Covid-19

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According to several analysts, the DRC in general and its eastern part in particular, is significantly lagging behind in achieving the UNAIDS objectives 90, 90, 90. This is attributable to political instability of the last 5 years, characterized by bad governance, political intolerance and other forms of violence in our dear beautiful country. The instability […]




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Echoes of peer education training in June 2020, Centre Maisha- Kisangani

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By Norbert Bolenza Loose-Youth Coach-Centre Maisha. According to several analysts, the DRC in general and its eastern part, in particular, is lagging significantly behind in achieving the 90, 90, 90 goals of Onusida due to the political instability of the last 5 years characterized by poor governance, political intolerance, and any other form of violence […]