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Fe y Alegría RD Congo ya es parte de la Federación Internacional de Fe y Alegría

Fe y Alegría RD Congo is already part of the International Fe y Alegría Federation

The admission of Fe y Alegría from the Democratic Republic of the Congo was the most important and most consoling point in the XXXIII International Assembly of Fe y Alegría, which took place from 9 to 14 April, in Ilhéus, Bahia, Brazil.

The Congo, is the third country in Africa where there is presence of Fe y Alegría, first came to Chad in 2007 and then to Madagascar in 2013.

Networking globally for justice

2015_10_31_Editorial_Photo1Drawing on the experiences of the four GIANs – migration, governance of natural and mineral resources, ecology, and right to education – the SJES is convening an international meeting entitled Networking for Justice from 16 to 20 November 2015 in Loyola, Spain that will bring together the GIAN core groups and other international networks of the Society such as representatives from Xavier Network  with its Jesuit Missions and other development NGOs, International Federation of Fe y Alegría, and the Social Justice Delegates of all Apostolic Conferences of the Society of Jesus.

Agricultural Technical School Kamba Rembe promotes “Environment and Sustainable Development”

Alumnos-de-escuelas-agrícolas1-140x140With the motto: “All for a better environment“, the Agricultural Technical School Kamba Rembe Fe y Alegria, located in General Resquín (San Pedro), has organized a series of academic activities (workshops, lectures, debates) throughout the month May and June, seeking to raise awareness among authorities and the general public about the fundamental importance of preserving the environment and promoting sustainable development, that does not pollute or damage in any way the natural resources of the community.

Inheritance and commitment to Fe y Alegría: The forest passion of José María Vélaz, SJ

2013_10_31_PP_Photo1José María Vélaz SJ, founder of Fe y Alegría, showed great passion in transforming education from a general process – education for all – to a more individual-centric approach, incorporating education for life, job training, agricultural education, and reflecting his passion for the forest.