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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Vaughan Meyer, JWW Board Member, is traveling with four other JWW delegates in Congo’s eastern provinces. They will work with survivors of the country’s decades-long conflict, which has claimed nearly six millions lives. They will meet with JWW’s partners on the ground, with whom JWW works to create innovative programs and projects that change lives and transform communities.

 

Virunga JWW leaders in Virunga National Park

  Surprisingly, this has been a journey filled with hope and inspiration. I had expected to feel more despair here, surrounded as we are by one of the most devastating humanitarian crises in the world.

This week we spoke with Dr. Namagabe, who works to demobilize and rehabilitate former child soldiers as the director of

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