US/Canada – World Mission Sunday campaign: Children’s mission focused on children in Papua Nuova Guinea

US/Canada - World Mission Sunday campaign: Children's mission focused on children in Papua Nuova Guinea

US/Canada – World Mission Sunday campaign: Children’s mission focused on children in Papua Nuova Guinea

MONTREAL (Agenzia Fides) – More than 130 children in Papua New Guinea will benefit as part of “Projet-Partage 2022-2023” of the French-speaking Canadian Children’s Mission, also known as “Mond’me”.
Each year, Mond’Ami chooses a specific theme to make Canadian children aware of the reality of children in poor countries and to give them the opportunity to share and provide spiritual and material support in a spirit of solidarity.
This year, the focus is on the Community Formation Center of the Daughters of the Immaculate Virgin Mary and their partners, which has been active since 2018, supporting Papa New Guinea’s children to hold on to school and encourage them to go back to school. doing.
“In this centre, religious women are not only involved in school building, but also provide youth with tools that will allow them to develop fully to guide them to know and respect their rights, a In a country where, unfortunately, the rights of children are often overlooked,” reads a communication on the project available to Fides. “Since many of these children are from remote areas, the sisters also cover basic needs like food and school supplies.”
“Children’s rights is a topic that interests young people and is discussed frequently in our schools in Canada,” says Ginette Cté, coordinator of Mond’Ami. What we are proposing this year will resonate in both the pastoral and educational sectors”.
As part of the Children’s Missionary Month campaign, Mond’Ami works with educational and catechical organizations and networks in Canada to encourage youth to care for their peers around the world.
(Easy) (Agengia Fides 7/9/2022)

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