The Vincentian Family in Ecuador is a great example of Vincentian collaboration, with 9 branches working together to serve the poorest of the poor.
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If you ask Vincentians why their work with homeless people is essential, you will receive a number of answers.
On July 8th don’t miss the chance to hear our three speakers explaining how they got started, how they designed the project and what advice they would give to Vincentians thinking of starting their own “13 Houses” project.
Under the most difficult circumstances, the innovative and hardworking Vincentian spirit flourishes.
The FHA will be hosting its second conference, which will be a hybrid event combining in-person and virtual opportunities, ensuring accessibility for all members of the Vincentian Family.
On July 8th 1 pm CEST the FHA organized the first of a series of online events to learn from Vincentians working on “13 Houses” Campaign projects.
The FHA organised its first online training event to encourage more Vincentians to join our efforts to end homelessness.
Annie’s story is one of many in Malawi, an African country where 65% of the population live in slums, according to data from UN-Habitat.
As part of the jubilee, the Brothers of Our Lady Mother of Mercy (CMM) started the ‘Sheltering the Homeless’ project inspired by the 13 Houses Campaign of the Famvin Homeless Alliance.
Vincentians keep bringing the voices of homeless people to the United Nations despite the pandemic.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP), within the framework of “13 Houses Campaign” Famvin initiative, promotes the construction of 15 homes.
The Famvin Homeless Alliance (FHA) has reached three years working with the poorest of the poor and the homeless.