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Caritas Update 48 (Spring 2008)

2008-09-01
Pacific/Auckland
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Caritas partner Community Research and Development Services is helping to address inequalities of labour and resources between men and women with Maasai in Tanzania, with the support of both men and women. In Sudan, ACT-Caritas is relieved that reports of their programme’s imminent expulsion have been greatly exaggerated, and they are able to continue providing support for more than a quarter of a million people. Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand continues to support relief for the victims of Cyclone Nargis in Burma, along with increasing its contribution to the Thai Burma Border Consortium, which had been facing the prospect of cutting food rations.

 

 

 

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