Widely known as the “Sea Gypsies,” the Sama-Badjao community has experienced inequality, discrimination and high unemployment rates. Edmund Rice Ministries Philippines has developed a project to address the challenges facing this community.
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Margaret Kariuki was born in the Mukuru Slum in Nairobi, Kenya. She was given the opportunity to be educated at Ruben Primary School where she excelled. After graduating from college, she found her way back to the Ruben Centre.
Edmund Rice Mission established a presence in Nuevo Horizonte, a newly formed town on the north coast of Peru, over two years ago.
The Edmund Rice Justice Desk led a community march through Bontenewel protesting ongoing gang violence in the Western Cape.
I am delighted to have joined Edmund Rice Development as Relationships Manager.
Changa Changa School is a primary school serving the Mazabuka community of Zambia.
You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation that came into effect ...
Br. Pat has been the Community Leader of Edmund Rice House (where our offices are located) for the past six years.
Edmund Rice Development is a registered company limited by guarantee. Registered in Ireland, Registered Charity Number: 20071004, Company Number: 463400, Revenue Charitable Tax Exemption Number: CHY18492, Registered Address: 23 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2, D02 AR55.
Edmund Rice Development is a registered company limited by guarantee registered in the UK & Wales, Charity Reg. No. 1098358, Co. Reg. No: 4229228, Registered Address: 3rd Floor, New Oxford House, 75 Dale St, Liverpool L2 2HT, England.