‘’After three years in Congo, she decided to stay and joined the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, also known as the White Sisters. “I wanted to stay on and share what I had received,” says Begoña Iñarra, who joined the MSOLA having previously graduated with a degree in chemistry.
With life experiences gleaned from living in community in the Congo, Uganda, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Mozambique, Kenya, Canada and latterly in Europe, Begoña is well placed to share the benefits of her experiences as she urges greater cooperation between Europe and Africa of the scourge of Hunan Trafficking is to be conquered.
Full article from Global Sisters Report
Prepared by Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications.
Global Sisters Report (GSR) publish interview with RENATE member, Begoña Iñarra, msola, seeking anti-human trafficking cooperation between Europe and Africa.