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2009 Articles (4)

YouthReach and Street Theater
YouthReach is a project run by young members of The Family International in England to make a positive difference in the lives of other youth in London and throughout the UK.
The Tchuma Tchato Project, Portugal
Family members in Portugal have been involved with distributing humanitarian aid to Mozambique for the last 8 years. This project began in 2000, when Mozambique underwent terrible floods in the Limpopo basin.
Humanitarian Aid, Switzerland
Family volunteers in Switzerland send regular shipments of humanitarian aid to developing countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Africa.

2008 Articles (1)

National Activated Retreat, Italy
A growing circle of Activated members in Italy have come to depend on regular area-wide retreats to share news, pray for one another, make new friends, strengthen old bonds, and network on a myriad of projects.

2007 Articles (1)

Visit to War-Torn Congo
During a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo, six policemen stopped us on the street and asked us who we were and what we were doing.

2006 Articles (1)

Lives Touched at the Children's Hospital
For the past five years my husband Samuel and I have made monthly visits to the largest children’s hospital in Paris, where we play with the children, sing them songs, or put on a puppet show.

2002 Articles (1)

Ongoing Aid to Saharaui Refugees
We recently made our fourth trip in as many years to bring humanitarian aid to Saharaui refugees in western Algeria. Nearly 300,000 Saharauis live in four camps in an area that is so dry and barren that they are the first known inhabitants.