It’s been a few weeks since my last blog entry. A good few weeks. So much has happened that I couldn’t possible write about it all, but I suppose that leaves me with some stories for when I get home…
News and articles from CMS Ireland
Many of the ladies working at Kiwoko enjoyed a retreat to celebrate International Women’s Day. Denise reveals all…
The students arrived in late February. Now it’s time to go to work, 5am starts and all.
As the civil strife continues to deepen and spread, and with the news that a famine has been declared in parts of the country, South Sudan and its people have been in the news once again. CMSI continues to stand with and support its Global Partners in the midst of these crises. We encourage you to respond again.
Posted by Roger Cooke, 21 days ago | 1 comments
The CMS Ireland Annual General Meeting will be held at 2pm on Saturday 1st April 2017, in the Emmaus Centre, Swords. The annual audited accounts for 2015-2016 are now available for inspection.
Posted by Roger Cooke, 22 days ago | 0 comments
With the Ugandan rains starting and muddy footprints starting to appear, Denise reflects on the tracks we leave behind us.
As the security situation in South Sudan continues to deteriorate and spread, our partners have been sending updates, along with their thanks for prayers and financial support from Ireland. They also request that we keep on praying.
Posted by Roger Cooke on Fri, 24 Feb 2017 | 1 comments
Some stories are just tough to write and to read. This is one of the hardest.
Keith, together with Francis and Sam Ogoro, took part in the funeral service of Esinut Ncubi in Kwacha parish and found, even in that solemn occasion, an affirmation of joy, hope and life.
Connor provides an update after his second week at Kathmandu International Study Centre.