Jack’s return…

Jack spent the first two weeks of May in Bangladesh. He saw, first hand, how CAFOD and its partners is responding to the challenges of climate change, tropical storms, food shortages, and the problems of saline water. He also saw how CAFOD’s partner, ADD (Action for Disability and Development) is encouraging people with disabilities to get a job, campaign for equal rights and have a say in their local societies.

Jack and his colleagues brought a number of pictures and stories back from their trip, and they were fortunate to hear how peoples lives had been changed through the kind and generous donations of CAFOD supporters in the diocese.

If you are interested in hosting Jack then please contact 01664 424346 or email nottingham@cafod.org.uk

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Cyclone Shelter

Cyclone Shelter

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