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We are happy to inform you that our Annual General Assembly will be held in Rome on November 27th. Details will be shared in the next weeks.

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Si parla di noi su Combonifem

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      Combonifem, la rivista delle suore missionarie comboniane, ci ha regalato uno spazio in cui parla del Sud Sudan e del decennale della nostra Associazione. Trovate la copia digitale della rivista sul link

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Pope Francis kisses the feet of South Sudan’s leaders

Credits: Vatican News

  An ecumenical spiritual retreat led by Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Vatican ended with Pope Francis kissing the feet of South Sudan’s political leaders. The unprecedented two day retreat was organised in an effort to support the South Sudanese fragile peace deal. The political leaders present at the retreat are expected to form a national ...

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Fr Jim Greene’s Interview for Vatican News

Photo credits: Paul Jeffrey

Fr Jim Greene, the new Executive Director, during his interview for Vatican News, reflected on Pope Francis’ powerful appeal to the young nation’s rival leaders for peace and pleaded with men and women across the world not to forget the people as they struggle to build a future. Click here to listen to his interview and read the complete article.

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News from Solidarity Board Meetings

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              Last week, the Solidarity Board Meetings were held in Rome, to present and approve the 2018 Financial Statement and to check the progress of SOLIDARITY WITH SOUTH SUDAN in the first quarter of 2019. It has been an important opportunity to identify new goals and reinforce mission and values with the new Board members ...

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South Sudan searches for enduring peace

Photo credit: Paul Jeffrey

The last reports from U.N. and FAO are not optimistic. The first report, issued on February by the U.N’s Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan, reported that ongoing human rights violations and violence against civilians could amount to war crimes. “There is a confirmed pattern of how combatants attack villages, plunder homes, take women as sexual slaves and then ...

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2018 Annual General Assembly


    We are pleased to give you a short feedback of our 2018 Annual General Assembly.  As usual, we showed the results reached in 2018 and our targets for 2019. Our 4 projects in South Sudan have been introduced by the direct Principals. Three new board members have been appointed and they will join our Board in the next meetings. ...

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Ten Years of Solidarity with South Sudan

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I am now in my tenth year in South Sudan. Five of our Solidarity members have been here longer – three RNDM Sisters (Religieuses De Notre Dame des Mission), one SSND Sister (School Sisters of Notre Dame) and one FCJ Sister (Faithful Companions of Jesus). Many others have come and gone and all have made significant contributions. We have lived ...

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