Oral Literature: The Magic Crocodile | Comboni Missionaries
Oral Literature: The Magic Crocodile | Comboni Missionaries
Oral Literature: The Magic Crocodile | Comboni Missionaries

There was once a very big cave. It was divided into two parts being dry and the bottom part filled with water. In the bottom part there lived a crocodile. The crocodile did not live…

My Vocation: A Journey Of Valued Little Decisions | Comboni Missionaries
My Vocation: A Journey Of Valued Little Decisions | Comboni Missionaries

“My vocation is a journey of valued little decisions that can best be contemplated as a whole and can only be beautiful if seen from a panoramic view”, says Fr Collins Mweshi a Zambian Comboni…

DR Congo: Bukanga Lonzo – Land Grabs & The International Community | Comboni Missionaries
DR Congo: Bukanga Lonzo – Land Grabs & The International Community | Comboni Missionaries

The Democratic Republic of the Congo has inaugurated the first of a series of agro-industrial parks designed to boost the country’s development and showcase the enormous potential of arable land at its disposal. The agro-industrial…

Mandela: Above All Humanity | Comboni Missionaries
Mandela: Above All Humanity | Comboni Missionaries

There are all sorts of reasons for celebrating Nelson Mandela in this centenary year of his birth. We recall the way he worked incessantly to overcome racial domination and achieve freedom for both the oppressed…

Impact Of Small Arms Proliferation On Africa | Comboni Missionaries
Impact Of Small Arms Proliferation On Africa | Comboni Missionaries

The persistence and the complication of conflicts in Africa are partially due to small arms proliferation. The consequences of small arms on African people due to international conflicts within Africa, rebel group activities, mercenary groups,…

Oral Literature: Swahili Myth – Heaven and Earth | Comboni Missionaries
Oral Literature: Swahili Myth – Heaven and Earth | Comboni Missionaries

When God’s moment had come, he began creating the world of matter. He rolled out the day-sky and the night-sky like an immense tent, or like carpets full of mysterious signs and symbols. In the…

More Children Released From South Sudanese Armed Groups | Comboni Missionaries
More Children Released From South Sudanese Armed Groups | Comboni Missionaries

More than 100 children have been recently released by two armed groups in South Sudan, bringing the total number released this year to over 900. This was the fourth release ceremony in 2018 and like…

Water Shortage Means Food Shortage | Comboni Missionaries
Water Shortage Means Food Shortage | Comboni Missionaries

No, it’s not dwindling land areas that poses the biggest threat to food security, it’s water shortage. The challenge, according to specialists, is to get sufficient water to produce food. “Many well-informed individuals see a…

Oral Literature: Swahili Myth – How Man Was Moulded | Comboni Missionaries
Oral Literature: Swahili Myth – How Man Was Moulded | Comboni Missionaries

“God made the night cover the day, and so their alternation marks the progress of time. One day, he called together his angels. They all appeared before His Throne, performing the ritual prayer of morning-time….

Middle East Battlefields | Comboni Missionaries
Middle East Battlefields | Comboni Missionaries

For decades the Middle East has been one of the areas of greatest tension in the world, a veritable battlefield involving the power capacities of regional actors – Israel, Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia –…

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