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2017-12-20 17:29
Open every day till Christmas 10 to 2 or by appointment 508 560 2620 20 Road to Great Neck, West Tisbury Wondering where we are this holiday season? I have set up a store in my basement and… Read More
2017-07-14 19:50
On sale every Monday at the Grange Hall, 10 to 5, are these Maasai beaded bowls along with many other beaded items which raise money for Maasai women struggling with a hostile government in… Read More
2017-07-06 23:05
At our first World Market Monday sale we ended with a fundraising event where our special guest Sr. Immaculata Mulyei described her women’s income initiative in Secute, Zambia. Sh… Read More
2017-05-17 02:30
Dorothy writes: “Francis was born on 20th May 2007. The mother was a commercial sex worker. I tried very hard to bring her around but all failed. After she gave birth to francis, she w… Read More
2017-05-15 02:59
Happy Mother’s Day to one of the bravest mothers I know, Dorothy Bwalya. Here is Shepherd, the child of a younger brother who died four years ago. When his mother remarried, she left t… Read More
2017-05-14 03:54
  Here is Emmanuel’s story as written by Dorothy. “Emmanuel, who is commonly known as Santiago Mwila, is 9 years old. After the death of both parents, he was taken by my sis… Read More
2017-05-12 01:30
Part 4 of the Woman with 14 Orphans: Michael Bwalya “Michael Bwalya was born in 2011 in the Copperbelt. His mother was a primary school teacher and was my young sister. The father dese… Read More
2017-05-06 22:04
You have to understand that working within the Catholic Church in Zambia is a safe and relatively high status position for a woman. She is guaranteed food and lodging and education. It is li… Read More
2017-05-06 02:24
The Story of the Woman with 14 Orphans Dorothy Bwalya was a Franciscan Sister in Zambia for 18 years. Internal politics drove her away and when she quit, her family disowned and shunned her… Read More

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