Working to End the Cycle of Violence in the Tribal Lands of Eastern Africa

SHALOM U.K CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC LONDON 2019

SCCRR wishes to thank the Shalom London Committee, and their personally owned businesses and associates, Chairman Andy Rogers ( Rogers Associates Ltd), Seamus McGinley ( McGinley Group), Mick Crossan ( Powerday PLC & London Irish Rugby Club President), Seamus Carr (ICCT Ltd-Kryton International), Brendan Morahan (Invennt Ltd), Martin McAtamney (Red Kite Consultants Ltd), and Julie Brennan (Executive Assistant-McGinley Group) for their generous input in organizing the upcoming fundraising on the 17th September at the prestigious Moor Park Golf Club, London. We extend much appreciation to all their families for numerous kindnesses over the years. We offer a special thank you to Colm McGinley (CEO) and the McGinley Group, for their immense secretarial support and solidarity to the event and the work of Shalom-SCCRR in Africa.

We also bring to your attention a recent interview with Shalom-SCCRR’S international Chairman Fr. Patrick Devine, which was published earlier this year in Jacqueline O’Donovan’s UK company (O’DONOVAN Waste Disposal) bulletin – the O’D News – and shared with a wide circle of associated business connections and friends in Europe and the USA. Special appreciation to Jacqueline and family.

Shalom is very grateful to its evergrowing support base throughout Britain. In 2018 Shalom peace and development interventions completed 46 school/education projects emerging out of 176 SCCRR conflict transformation workshops in 15 high volatile conflict environments in Eastern Africa. Lasting peace is underpinned by sustainable development.

Below is an International TV interview by Fr. Patrick on Family Media.

By SCCRR-Shalom Communications Department

Esther Kibe, MA, Program Officer (Head of Communication Department, Shalom-SCCRR)

Austin Ngacha Macharia, MA, Project Officer (Ilemi Project)

Asha Awed Said, MA Candidate, Program Assistant (Samburu & Nairobi Projects)

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