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The Voice of Communities in the Management of Natural Resources  

The management of a country’s natural resources depends exclusively on its government. In the case of mining and extractive activities such as gas or oil, it is important that governments ensure the correct processing of administrative and geological requirements that allow extractive activity.   In addition, governments need to ensure strict compliance with environmental regulations …

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Honduras – The Pech people “We belong to the earth and to the earth we shall return”

The indigenous Pech people (one of the original peoples of Honduras), is one of the few with nomadic roots in Central America. Their vision of the world is closely connected to the care and conservation of the Earth.   Their origin is not known for certain, but it is believed that the indigenous Pech group …

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Chad: The Dene Marem project – we understand each other among women  

When you go out to meet people, ideas and projects are born from their needs. This is what happens in the south of Chad, where needs are intertwined with desires for redemption. Starting with learning to read and write. Sister Marilda Sportelli, an Alcantarine Franciscan talk about her experience among Chadian women.    The town …

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Uganda: Bishop Raphael p’Mony Wokorach – “Be a faithful steward”  

On 14th August, due to Covid-19 restrictions, only a few invited guests were present in Nebbi Cathedral (North West Uganda) for the long-awaited episcopal ordination of Fr. Raphael p’Mony Wokorach, and his instalment as bishop of Nebbi Diocese, which had become vacant after the transferral of Bishop Sanctus Lino Wanok to Lira diocese.   Pope …

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