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.
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For 30 years Sister Carolyn Buhs ministered with other Sisters of Notre Dame in Kenya and Sudan. With joy she is now moving back to the area as part of “Solidarity with South Sudan”. This collaborative effort of 170 religious congregations focuses on health, pastoral, and educational training in response to the urgent needs in South Sudan. After brushing up on her Arabic language skills, Carolyn will be doing the important service of teacher training in this newly formed country.  Read more about Solidarity with South Sudan (English only)

South Sudan’s new national flag flies at UN Headquarters in New York City following its admission as the 193rd Member State.  (UN photo)  Read More


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