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Bags for Turkana
Peggy Campbell Death
Bags for Turkana
Members of the Union of Catholic Mothers in Marylebone, central London, with some of their children, spent the day bag-packing in Sainsbury's, Pimlico, to collect money for projects working with some of the world's poorest people in the Turkana desert region of north west Kenya.
Northern Turkana suffered another attack last Wednesday when a construction lorry from Landmark Holding Construction, a company involved in building a new army base and airstrip in Kibich close to the border with Ethiopia, was attacked by a group of militia men.
Three people suffered serious gunshot wounds and were treated at the MCSPA...
Peggy Campbell, a member of New Ways for many years and a lay worker with the St Paul's Missionary Community in Turkana, northwestern Kenya, died yesterday afternoon. She was four months away from her 80th birthday. Peggy devoted all the years of her retirement to working with women and children at the mission.
A professional seamstress in London, Peggy began visiting and working in Turkana...
A 31-year-old Turkana activist, Ikal Angelei, yesterday became only the third Kenyan to win the Goldman Environmental Prize for Africa. Ikal became the 2012 recipient of the prize in recognition of her tireless effort to save Lake Turkana from the dangers of the massive Gibe 3 Dam being constructed in Ethiopia's Omo River. The dam, Africa's largest hydroelectric dam is being constructed on the Omo River in Ethiopia.
Long time supporter of New Ways, Tony Earnshaw, has written a new play 'Visiting Time'. Here he talks about his involvement with New Ways.
"We went to a Ball on Friday, a fund raiser, and listening to my friend Scholastica speak, I was reminded of my trips to Kenya and the people I met. The charity was New Ways and the ball was packed with familiar faces...