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Here you find the feedback of the projects, stories of reality and fraternity, testimonials, results of FSF work and some important reflections that we must have in daily routine.

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A beautiful report from a volunteer, touched by meeting again a child and her mother, both completely different and recovered, 1 year later, in Madagascar. Another report that proves that her act of love makes difference. Another report that proves that working on fraternity is always worthwhile. “Here we are in Ambovombe, Madagascar, another humanitarian...
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Combining union and the investment of R$500 thousand, they built the “Fraternity City” and 100 families are no longer going to suffer from hunger, have access to clean water and produce Facing one of the worst humanitarian crisis of the planet, in Sub-Saharan Africa, a small city is born, with houses, land for sustainable cultivation,...
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  This Wednesday (25), it is going to be launched, in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul State, a project that invites everybody to get united and overcome one of the biggest social challenges, chemical dependency. Fraternity on the Street unites the Soul Clinic and the humanitarian organization Fraternity without Borders to shelter, treat and...
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“I saw Razana on Sunday, the 8th of July. Her mother brought her and she did not have any urgent complaint, but the triage group soon identified the girl had severe acute malnutrition. She was 1 year and 2 months old and weighing 4 kilos. She got fed 3 times a day with only rice...
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God has permitted us to find Pedro during the humanitarian health mission assistance in Mozambique, this Sunday (8). This time, at the “April 7th” community center opening. Pedro is 1 year and 4 months old, he is HIV positive and suffers from severe malnutrition. The virus was contracted through maternal breastfeeding. The mother, young and...
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“I feel glad to be part of this chain of love. I remember the teachings from Jesus expressed by the parable of the Samaritan that reflects exactly the activities and the proposal of experiencing fraternity without any borders, geographical, religious, gender-related, social or racial. I sometimes feel like that person who reaches out to those...
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