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CAFOD go to V-Fest 2015

cafod-v-fest-saturday-2-crop1It was a great weekend spent chatting to festival-goers about the campaign. Climate change is such a big topic at the moment so loads of people were up for signing the petition and hearing a little more (or trying to over the booming speakers at least). CAFOD’s focus is of course on how climate change affects people living in poverty, something that many people I spoke to had never really thought about- through no fault of their own, it’s a conversation that is still getting going- and is was fantastic to see people getting a new perspective on the issue.

Bon Voyage Laudato Si Cyclists!

louise-1-23At 10am on Saturday 29th August fifteen cyclists, including everything from students to priests to pensioners, set out on Phase 1 of the London-Paris Pilgrimage for the Climate. Their pilgrimage takes them 100 miles from Westminster Cathedral to Newhaven, following the Avenue Verte- the Green Way linking London and Paris.

Phase 2 will start at Dieppe in November and follow the Avenue Verte for 130 miles to Paris to join in meetings, lobbies and rallies during the UN Paris Climate Change Conference to push for an international decision to save our planet from further global warming.

Living Water International discusses water accessibility with partners

Rose-Marie-Blake-Operations-Manager-LWI-Hastings-Banda-Director-centre-and-Olufela-Adeyemi-Consultant-rightHastings Banda disclosed this on a dialogue forum with different organizations in the country such as the Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) at State House, Concern Worldwide, WASH NET and Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) organised yesterday at the United Methodist Church headquarters in Freetown. Mr. Banda said the aim of his organization was to make sure in 2 years time up to 6,000 people would be accessing clean water in the country, more especially those in the Western Area Rural.