WATCH: Surviving A Life in Crisis: Resilience in the Aftermath of Ebola in Sierra Leone from Misean Cara on Vimeo. Five years on since the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, Ebola survivors are living on the margins of society due to...
Heydi Foster, CEO at Misean Cara recently attended the High-level Political Forum (HLPF) in New York. The Irish Government updated the UN on the country’s progress to date on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Ireland’s first Voluntary National...
Watch the video – Caught Between Conflicts: Refugees Living In The World’s Youngest Country. A humanitarian crisis of shocking proportions is currently unfolding in South Sudan, the world’s youngest country. Heydi Foster, CEO at Misean Cara, recently visited refugee camps...
Fr. Mourad Abou Seif SJ, Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Coordinator in Allepo until 2014, outlines the work of JRS in Syria. Working Together For Syria from Misean Cara on Vimeo.
Warmi Huasi provides citizenship training to children and adolescents aged 6 to 12 years old to transform their communities. Children In Action from Misean Cara on Vimeo.
Misean Cara’s Colette Nkunda was recognised as the Dóchas Global Citizen of the Year at the 2016 Irish Summit on the Sustainable Development Goals. The Dóchas Global Citizen of the Year is Colette Nkunda from Misean Cara on Vimeo.
The Salesian Fathers of Don Bosco relocated families to temporary shelters; provided food and medical assistance after last year’s floods. Don Bosco Flood Relief from Misean Cara on Vimeo.
Caroline Peani is a permaculture designer with a family story to tell about moving toward a more sustainable life in the United States. Interview with Permaculture Designer Caroline Peani from Misean Cara on Vimeo.
The Shalom Center believes that peace is not merely the absence of violence, and strives to create cooperation and dialogue where none exists. Finding a path to lasting peace, through conflict resolution and reconciliation from Misean Cara on Vimeo.
Alina Saba is a participant of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM) sisters’ Common Ground Project in Nepal. Interview with Indigenous Women’s Rights and Climate Justice Activist Alina Saba from Misean Cara on Vimeo.