divendres, 31 d’octubre de 2014

A GLIMMER OF HOPE DESPITE FLOODS IN MABAN - INUNDACIONS I ESPERANÇA

ESP
"La gente vive al día; la celebran mientras pueden, conscientes de que la violencia, las inundaciones y el hambre pueden estar a la vuelta de la esquina. La gente invierte las pocas esperanzas y energías que les quedan en vivir cada día, aferrados a sus alegrías y tristezas"

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http://es.jrs.net/noticias_detalle?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.ySDVnR99.dpuf


ENG
"People live from day to day; they celebrate while they can, knowing violence, floods and famine may be just around the corner. People invest the little hope and energy they have left into living each day, embracing their joys and sorrows," - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.NIj93NeL.dpuf
"People live from day to day; they celebrate while they can, knowing violence, floods and famine may be just around the corner. People invest the little hope and energy they have left into living each day, embracing their joys and sorrows," - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.NIj93NeL.dpu

"People live from day to day; they celebrate while they can, knowing violence, floods and famine may be just around the corner. People invest the little hope and energy they have left into living each day, embracing their joys and sorrows,"

Bunj Catholic Church (built in the  80s) surrounded by water -
La Iglesia (construida en los 80s) rodeada por agua - A. Sánchez


"People live from day to day; they celebrate while they can, knowing violence, floods and famine may be just around the corner. People invest the little hope and energy they have left into living each day, embracing their joys and sorrows," - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.NIj93NeL.dpuf
"Each visit is sacred; we enter into somebody else's life and witness his or her daily struggle to survive in very precarious conditions, but still their efforts to celebrate life in the midst of exile are inspiring.

Three weeks ago I met Mary*. Deaf and mute, the 20-year-old mother of four is also responsible for her two younger brothers on her own. She regularly collects firewood in the bush to make ends meet, a place where women are often attacked and sexually abused. Despite the challenges, she perseveres and greets me with a smile." - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.NIj93NeL.dpuf
ENOn Monday, 27 October, JRS restarted the teacher-training programme for 150 refugees and locals working in four schools, three in the camps and one in Bunj town. The need for training is great, as an estimated 80 percent of teachers have not had the opportunity to finish primary school.

"This intensive course is aimed at building the capacity of those who can have the biggest impact in the society: teachers." - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.0Z0isWOV.dpuf
On Monday, 27 October, JRS restarted the teacher-training programme for 150 refugees and locals working in four schools, three in the camps and one in Bunj town. The need for training is great, as an estimated 80 percent of teachers have not had the opportunity to finish primary school.

"This intensive course is aimed at building the capacity of those who can have the biggest impact in the society: teachers." - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.0Z0isWOV.dpuf
On Monday, 27 October, JRS restarted the teacher-training programme for 150 refugees and locals working in four schools, three in the camps and one in Bunj town. The need for training is great, as an estimated 80 percent of teachers have not had the opportunity to finish primary school.

"This intensive course is aimed at building the capacity of those who can have the biggest impact in the society: teachers." - See more at: http://en.jrs.net/news_detail?TN=NEWS-20141030064929#sthash.0Z0isWOV.dpuf