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On Her Terms, an interview with Mpendulo Nyembe from Umthombo, Amos trustee Peter Bone shares his experience of his recent trip to Nicaragua, Karunalaya, West Bank and Gaza updates. Plus all the usual listings and full details of our 2018 Water For Life appeal appeal for Nicaragua.
The Summer 2018 edition of Words of Hope, the Amos Trust newspaper is now available as a free download.
In this edition, Karin Joseph writes about why Amos’ new On Her Terms campaign is so important; we have an interview with Mpendulo Nyembe from our Street Justice partner Umthombo and Amos trustee Peter Bone shares his experience of his recent trip to Nicaragua.
Azey Bennetts writes about what small victories look like at Karunalaya in India and we update you on our partners and projects in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Plus all the usual listings and full details of our 2018 Water For Life appeal appeal for Nicaragua.
This edition featured an amazing set of images by Clive Horsman who Amos had commissioned to photograph the trip.
La Joya: Francisco was eager to talk about the difference CEPAD had made
to his community — February 2018.
Digging: Amos supporters help a community in La Joya to dig a micro-dam to store water running from the roof.
Flourishing: Seedlings ready for the family gardens in La Concepción, one of the communities that Amos supports.
Cooking: Securro teaches Amos supporters to cook the sweets that she sells thanks to training from CEPAD.
Painting: A mural depicting campesino life as a nativity scene including political and cultural figures from Latin America.
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