NEWSLETTERS

Note: There are no English versions of newsletters before the start of 2018. If you want to read older newsletters,  Please go to the french version of this page. 

Newsletter 8.4.2019

Newsletter 8.4.2019

 -Vivere’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 15h May 2019 at 7:00 pm, as it was last year at Mont sur Lausanne. The agenda will be sent to you soon. Interventions on the action are scheduled for the second part of the session.

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08 April 2019
03 March 2019
Newsletter 3.3.2019

Newsletter 3.3.2019

 Every month, the local Vivere-Syria team provides a nutritional supplement to around 60 babies and young children among the most vulnerable families in the west of the country. These friends share the following narration:

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Newsletter 9.2.2019

Newsletter 9.2.2019

Last September the birth of Marwan’s mother was announced at risk, a caesarean section was needed while this poor family did not have the means to approach a medical facility.

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09 February 2019
25 December 2018
Newsletter 25.12.2018

Newsletter 25.12.2018

Dear Members and Friends,

This newsletter aims first of all to thank each and every one of you for your attention throughout the year, and for your support, which have allowed the movement to develop its work in the service of people facing the most serious oppression.

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Tulizeni, abolition…

Tulizeni, abolition…

Last August Georgette Tshibang Kabong, founder of Tulizeni, was with us for a few days. The film of her interview will be soon available to you. Among the many protection and support activities for vulnerable children and women, we can mention two designed in tripartite partnership:

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18 November 2018
18 October 2018
Traffic, Congo, Iran…

Traffic, Congo, Iran…

October 18 marks the nineteen years of the creation and work of Vivere. Some of you have followed and concretely supported the movement since its very beginning, we wish to express to you our deepest gratitude.

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Kivu

Kivu

North and South Kivu, East of RDCongo, have been a working area of Vivere since 2004.
The most serious sources estimate that more than six million people have lost their lives as a result of direct or indirect armed conflicts that are tearing these provinces apart.

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02 October 2018
30 August 2018
ACMEJ, Tulizeni, Syria, Abolition

ACMEJ, Tulizeni, Syria, Abolition

1 ° South and North Kivu, R.D.Congo

– Urgent relief: on 24th July armed men related to Mai-Mai fighters, in collusion with Burundians armed from Kiryama, raided the village of Kitembo in search of Peter Byagolo, activist of our local partner the association ACMEJ.

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Georgette Syria Ukraine Transnistria Sud Kivu

Georgette Syria Ukraine Transnistria Sud Kivu

Georgette Tshibang, head of the Tulizeni Welcome Center, our partner in North Kivu (DRC), has just confirmed her next visit to Lausanne. We invite you to listen to her testimony and to speak with her Wednesday 8th August at 6 pm, at Mike’s home address below. All those who can are welcome, just warn us by a word of your presence so that we can provide sufficient snacks.

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27 July 2018
23 June 2018
Newsletter 23.6.2017 (en)

Newsletter 23.6.2017 (en)

There are more than 18 million rich people in the world and 175’000 “ultra-rich”, whose fortune exceeds 30 million dollars.

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Bahrain, Morocco, Abolition, Sudan

Bahrain, Morocco, Abolition, Sudan

On the 16th May , one of our partner organisations in the Persian Gulf asked us to evacuate Miriam, a victim of trafficking who had just escaped her captors, exhausted, her face battered and bruised.

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29 May 2018
10 April 2018
Newsletter 10.4.2018

Newsletter 10.4.2018

Pakistan

As part of our legal advocacy work for capital detainees who were minors at the time, Mike was able to visit the families of 3 of them. Divided between the anxiety and the hope that the life of their son will be saved, coming from poor social backgrounds, they have no other recourse than that provided by the lawyers working with Vivere.

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AG Syria Tulizeni Prison Insider

AG Syria Tulizeni Prison Insider

Legal defence of women unjustly imprisoned: since last January, three women have been released following the resolute action of our lawyers. Two of them, accused of a simple dispute with the neighbourhood, were acquitted after 2 months of incarceration only. The third, accused of stealing food to feed her hungry children, had to serve 8 months in prison before being released.

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15 March 2018
10 February 2018
Kamanyola Iran Abolition

Kamanyola Iran Abolition

Human Rights Watch reports that in 2017: “922,000 people have been displaced in DR Congo, more than anywhere else in the world. Last October, the United Nations declared a “Level 3 emergency” in DR Congo, a category attributed only to three other countries: Syria, Iraq and Yemen.

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Kivu, Syria, Pakistan, litterrary café

Kivu, Syria, Pakistan, litterrary café

Dear Members and friends,

1 ° North and South Kivu, DR Congo

Supported by Vivere since October 2015 the Tulizeni Center in Goma wehosts, hosts and cares for 89 abandoned or unaccompanied children, providing schooling for those who are of school-age.

1°        Nord et Sud Kivu, RdCongo

 

·       Soutenu par Vivere depuis octobre 2015 le centre Tulizeni à Goma accueille, héberge, et soigne 89 enfants abandonnées ou non-accompagnés, assurant l’écolage pour ceux qui sont scolarisables.

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16 January 2018