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Our “EV4U” project has kicked off!

Since the beginning of January, Comhlámh has been working with partners across the EU and in Myanmar, Peru and Togo as part of the ‘European Volunteering for You’ (EV4U) project. Supported by the EU Aid Volunteers Initiative and led by La Guilde du Raid, the project will run until December 2018.  The project represents an exciting opportunity to focus on improving sending and hosting

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Judith Ondara awarded Dympna Meaney bursary.

The Dympna Meaney Women’s Leadership Development Fund has made its first award of 2016 to Judith Ondara   Judith is working with a Kenyan NGO, ‘Fruits of Hope and Development Initiative’ in Kissi.  She works as a Programmes Officer and is in charge of Gender and Human Rights affairs. She coordinates training activities while also counselling women who are victims of gender violence and participates

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A Shared Memory Of Dympna Meaney.

Robin Hanan has a long assocation with Comhlámh, currently he is sitting on our board and ahead of tonight’s launch of the Dympna Meaney fund he shares some memories. It is commonplace to eulogise someone after they die, especially when they die young. In Dympna Meaney’s case, her death was made more tragic by thefact that she really was such an inspiration to so

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