As I Have Done
is a new documentary series produced by Salt + Light Media.
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These stories bring you to East Africa to meet sisters at the forefront of sustainable development. See how these women from different countries and congregations contribute to this endeavour by serving justice, peace, equality, and sustainability.
In Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya, sisters work alongside the most vulnerable, to improve their lives and to give hope to the younger generation.
Following the call of the Gospel, they fight against hunger and poverty, provide care and health services, and offer keys to success through education and training.
In the footsteps of Christ, the sisters are close to the “little ones” to comfort them and to help them work for a better world.
This production has been made in partnership with the Loyola Institute for Ministry
and with the support of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Sisters for Sustainability
This episode shows you how sisters are collaborating in sustainability in Uganda and Kenya. One community of Little Sisters of Saint Francis manages a sustainable farm, while another cares for people with disabilities. And a sister from the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary operates a village of families affected by HIV.
Sisters for Justice & Peace
This episode brings you to Tanzania and Kenya where sisters participate in sustainable development by serving peace and justice. Ursuline Sisters educate a new generation; a sister from the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary fights against female genital mutilation; and a Grail Sister works for interreligious dialogue.
Sisters for Equality
In this episode you will meet sisters collaborating in sustainable development by serving equality in Tanzania and Kenya. Discover the Grail community helping young women through health care. See how a group of Sisters of the Precious Blood gives vulnerable children a chance. And meet a sister of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary working with families in a slum.