85380d97 c2d9 491a ba88 cd3fad024578Mercredi 27 novembre 2019, Solidarité avec le Sud-Soudan a tenu son assemblée générale annuelle à Rome chez les Frères des Ecoles Chrétiennes. Sœur Pauline Robinson et Sœur Danielle Julien, vice-présidente sortante de Solidarité, ont participé à l'Assemblée.

Solidarité avec le Sud-Soudan est un miracle : malgré un contexte extrêmement difficile de troubles politiques violents, nos programmes se poursuivent et ont un impact durable au niveau individuel des participants (enseignants, infirmières, sages-femmes, agriculteurs, agents pastoraux) et des communautés où se trouvent nos Instituts et où nos diplômés retournent au travail.

L'assemblée générale annuelle a permis de discuter de la manière de renforcer les relations de Solidarité, en particulier avec les congrégations qui en font partie, et de la manière d'avancer vers une transition réussie.

Solidarité avec le Sud-Soudan a besoin de frères et sœurs religieux pour continuer à préparer au Sud-Soudan la transition de nos institutions et programmes vers l'Église locale. Nous recrutons également activement un religieux pour occuper le poste de promoteur de mission, basé à Rome. Visitez le site web de Solidarité pour plus d'informations. 


Danielle

 

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About Solidarity South Sudan

IMG 1107This initiative was inspired by the 2004 Rome Congress on Consecrated Life, Passion for Christ Passion for Humanity. Since 2008, five inter congregational religious communities  welcoming lay volunteers have been established in South Sudan to carry out its mission.

Pope Francis recently called on religious to “Wake up the World”. Perhaps it would be more true to say that the poor who suffer from injustice are “waking up our world”. We are 31 clergy, religious and lay persons from 18 countries and 19 congregations. Our task is to accompany and be in solidarity with the people of South Sudan in this time of desperate need. Solidarity with South Sudan, as an organization, and its generous donor partners and supporters from all over the world enables us to do so!

Mission Statement
 
Solidarity with South Sudan aims to create self-sustainable educational, health and pastoral institutions and programs that will help to empower South Sudanese people to build a just and peaceful society. Solidarity is a collaborative commitment of religious institutes of men and women, members of the Unions of Superiors General and the Church in South Sudan working in partnership with the Sudan Catholic Bishop‘s Conference.
 

Vision and Values
Through Solidarity with South Sudan’s focus on teacher training, nursing and midwife training and pastoral services, the organization has as its fundamental vision three very inter-related qualities:

1) the offering of educational and capacity building opportunities for South Sudanese

2) a unique collaboration and commitment of religious congregations and highly trained people from diverse cultures working together in community

3) the creation of a strategy built upon collaboration and experience in-country, and in Solidarity’s headquarters in Rome, to gradually hand-over the programs to South Sudanese Church and Religious Institutions present in the country.
Solidarity with South Sudan–from its Board members, office staff and the personnel working in the country, is built upon a foundation of fundamental and practiced values:

  • recognition of the dignity of each person,
  • acknowledgment of vulnerability and powerlessness: placing ourselves at the service of the people of South Sudan.
  • appreciation and respect for local cultures
  • mutuality and understanding
  • proclamation of the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ through our community life together, our life witness and committed action.
  • solidarity and accompaniment.
  • Peace-building, hope and reconciliation

 

"Laisser nos racines s'enfoncer profondément dans notre tradition franciscaine"

Rappel du programme rome assisi en janvier 2019


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De gauche à droite : Hna. Rosella Lasi, Hna. Danielle Julien, Hna. Marceline Pokah, Hna. Bridget Yipmamunji, Hna. Pauline Jamison, Hna. Lorna Pokom, Hna. Joyce Manchalo, Hna. Gustina Renteria Chinguel, Hna. Sharon Waili, Hna. Marie Puleo, Hna. Pauline Robinson, Hna. Dulcie Supuno, Hna. Mildred Savien, Sr. Nancy Celaski.

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