Right Sharing of World Resources (RSWR) works to redistribute resources to women’s groups in India, Kenya, and Sierra Leone.
When the Board expanded its strategic planning this year, it discerned that RSWR is clearly inspired to work in another country, probably in Latin America. RSWR will soon be seeking letters of interest from nonprofit groups that would like to invite RSWR to partner with their current programs.
General secretary Jackie Stillwell has continued her virtual visits with yearly and monthly meetings and hosted a workshop called “The Power of Enough” at the FGC Gathering. This workshop asks the question: “How is my use of time, energy, and things in right balance to free me to do God’s work and to contribute to right relationships in our world?”The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to impact partner countries, particularly India, where the second wave resulted in another economic shutdown. In response to the advice of Indian field representatives Dr. Kannan and Mr. Purushotham, the Board agreed to send another round of food aid to help 3,000 RSWR partner women in India. It was distributed by partner NGOs directly into the women’s bank accounts, so they could shelter in place during the lockdown.
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