Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur is an accredited non-governmental organization (NGO) at the United Nations since 2001.
  • Sister Grace Amarachi Ezeonu, main representative of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur at the UN, follows issues related to poverty eradication, migration, rights of women and girls, sustainable development, financing for development, education, and eradication of human trafficking.
  • SND at UN NGO Office
    777 UN Plaza
    Concourse, Suite C
    New York, NY 10017-3521

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The Marianists have developed a creative Lenten Program featuring 40 days and 40 Least Developed Countries. This program presents a rich opportunity to learn about people living in poverty and the health challenges they face in various countries around the world. 

Click on the language of your choice to read the description of this program. Then at the top left of the window, click on the third icon (Downloads/Téléchargements/Descargas) and you will be taken to a Lenten calendar featuring each day a one-page focus on a particular country. If a page is missing, try again at a later date. 

For English, go to http://www.40ultimos.org/intro.php?idioma=1

For French, go to http://www.40ultimos.org/intro.php?idioma=2

For Spanish, go to http://www.40ultimos.org/intro.php?idioma=3

For Portuguese, go to http://www.40ultimos.org/intro.php?idioma=4


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