South Sudan is just beginning to register the reality of the virus as more cases are being reported from the capital city. Our schools are closed for 5 weeks and already we are sadly hearing stories of students being forced into marriage.
Pope Francis Delivers Special Prayer For End To Coronavirus Pandemic
Like the rest of the world our programme has dramatically changed in the past few days. We began the month with celebrations as we welcomed the great results for our graduates but the news of the Coronavirus began to spread fast.
We are delighted to circulate the February 2020 edition of the IBVM Archives Newsletter, carefully curated by the IBVM archivists across the globe.
News from Loreto Rumbek - this month's newsletter brings you the first publication of our new school magazine! As always, many thanks for your ongoing support and prayers.
News from Loreto Rumbek - December has been a busy month for us with the end of the academic year, Government Examinations and the beginning of our Summer holidays! The Primary examination went well and the Secondary candidates are currently sitting, their last exam will be Maths on Christmas Eve!
Greetings from New York where we send this UN Update as we approach Christmas 2019. Thank you very much for your collaboration in distributing it to the network in every country where the Mary Ward Family is present with sisters, associates, colleagues and friends.
We are delighted to circulate the December 2019 edition of the IBVM Archives Newsletter, carefully curated by the IBVM archivists across the globe.
Dear friends, Greetings from the sunshine of South Sudan! We are coming towards the end of our school year with all our classes in examinations. Our Primary 8 have just completed their Government examinations today while we are waiting to hear when the Secondary will sit their examinations. Our Political leaders have extended the peace [...]
Update No. 6
We would like to congratulate Pat Murray IBVM Irish Province. Sr. Pat has been appointed by Pope Francis as a Consultor to the Pontifical Council for Culture.
We have just begun our mid-term break and the girls are very excited. Most are gone home for the few days though we are left with 100 students. These girls remain for various reasons - distance, security and the threat of forced marriage is very real for a number of them.
A special thank you to all of the donors, advocates, and supporters of the Loreto Programs in Rumbek. Without your hard work or support none of this would be possible.
This month's update reports from New York where The 2019 Review of the Sustainable Development Agenda was held from the 9th - 18th July.
Welcome to a special edition of UN Update on Human Trafficking to mark World Day against Human Trafficking 2019.