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JESAM Ecology Water Week 2015: Access to safe drinking water for all

15 September 2015
JASCNET proporcionó un gran tanque para el Centro de Aprendizaje Puerta Alta, una escuela en un asentamiento urbano informal de Nairobi, Kenia que compra agua para sus necesidades de limpieza y de cocina en el programa de alimentación.  La escuela ahora puede utilizar el tanque grande para la cosecha de agua de lluvia y el almacenamiento de agua para sus necesidades. Foto de: JASCNET

Jesuit Africa Social Centers Network The Jesuit Africa Social Centers Network (JASCNET) and the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN)-Ecology organized the JESAM Water Week from 31 August to 4 September 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya with the theme Access to safe drinking water for all, a work focus of GIAN-Ecology. Participants listened to various experts...
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Ecological responses from Africa: A renewed call for commitment to safeguard creation

15 January 2015
Cultura local de la oración.

By the Jesuit African Social Centers Network, JESAM Social Apostolate, and CYNESA The Jesuit African Social Centers Network is responding to ecological concerns in the region by promoting awareness among Jesuits and their collaborators about ecology, supporting interest in the field of ecology, and encouraging transformative education to create responsible attitudes to safeguard Creation....
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Workshop on climate change toolkit for youth in Africa

31 March 2014
Certains des jeunes participants à l'atelier préparatoire sur le projet de boîte à outils CYNESA changement climatique

Allen Ottaro The Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA), with the support of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) and in collaboration with four Jesuit schools in Kenya, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe, embarked on a project to develop a climate change toolkit for youth in Jesuit institutions in Africa. About 20...
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CYNESA, the Catholic youth response to environmental challenges in Africa

16 April 2012
Foto de: CYNESA

Allen Ottaro, Ngonidzashe Edward, SJ, and Tafara Ruvimbo Dandadzi Despite the large numbers of Catholic youth that the Church in Africa is proud of, there exist only few initiatives addressing environmental concerns that are emerging from, and led by, the youth in Africa.  The duty to promote and safeguard the environment is “the responsibility...
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