Here you find the feedback of the projects, stories of reality and fraternity, testimonials, results of FSF work and some important reflections that we must have in daily routine.



  @simaopedrodelima was in Malawi with the Spirituality Caravan and answered questions about experiencing fraternity on another continent, in another country: “People have been making observations about taking actions in Africa since in Brazil there are many people who need attention. That’s a fair thought. Fraternity without Borders has several projects, most of them in
In Malawi, Ubuntu School for refugee children, celebrates two years in activity. 310 children are currently enrolled in early childhood and elementary education Teacher.   By Taemã Oliveira, FWB Press Office.     The Ubuntu School, of the Ubuntu Nation Project, of the humanitarian organization Fraternity Without Borders (FWB), in Malawi – Africa, completes two
The next meetings will be held in Bahia, Rio Grande do Sul and Canada. By Kethelyn Mara – FWB The humanitarian organization Fraternity Without Borders (FWB) promotes, until March 16th, the event Talking about Fraternity in Brazil and abroad. The initiative aims to provide a reflection on what fraternity is and will be a series
The organization will also help purchase food for hungry refugee families in Malawi. By Marco Antônio da Cruz – FWB Press Office   The humanitarian organization Fraternity Without Borders (FWB) resume on Friday, January 21st, the campaign Heart Homes (Casas de Coração) – Malawi, which aims to raise funds to rebuild and construction of houses
In Roraima there are 4 work fronts embracing up to 1500 sheltered people. By Taemã Oliveira, FWB/Boa Vista, RR, Brazil press office   The Project Brazil, a heart that welcomes, of the humanitarian organization Fraternity without Borders (FWB), located in the state of Roraima is undergoing a restructuring and tripling the capacity to receive Venezuelan
In Roraima, “Brazil, a heart that welcomes” project had a special program at International Women’s Day for Venezuelan refugees and migrants. At the Capacitation and Reference Center, in Pacaraima, the women had dance class, lunch, and a Personal Entrepreneurship course. By Taemã Oliveira, FWB Press Officer. The “Brazil, a heart that welcomes” (BHW) project, from