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WWO Projects

“May Our Lady of Guadalupe help us, following this “listening”, to fill us

with the impulse of the Spirit, in order to generate in our continent, an “overflow”

of pastoral proposals that overcome thecurrent crisis and promote creative responses

to the cries of the most vulnerable and of the planet”.

Msgr. Jorge Eduardo Lozano, Archbishop of San Juan de Cuyo Argentina, Secretary General of CELAM

Impact of Covid-19 on women in Latin America and the Caribbean

Voices and testimonies of Latin American

women who give visibility to their experiences of

pain and discrimination, as well as strength and resilience during the pandemic.

In 2021 we carried out the first project of the Global Women's Observatory, together with the Shared Knowledge Center of the Latin American Episcopal Council (CELAM), to learn how Covid-19 had impacted women in Latin America and the Caribbean, especially the most vulnerable women.

Discrimination and participation of women

in Latin America and the Caribbean

In September 2022 we started, next to 

Shared Knowledge Centerof CELAM a new project to listen to experiences of discrimination and participation of women in society and in the Church and also proposals to achieve greater participation and generate synergy.

Formation of Communion
Weavers for Latin America
and the Caribbean

Thanks to the Pontifical Commission for

Latin America (PCAL) we seek to bring together

women who share the passion of Pope Francis to contribute to human fraternity and that they become weavers of communion, capable of to listen and be the voice of the women of their communities, in order to generate bonds that build social friendship on this continent (FT 94).

The Cry of the
African women

We are developing, along with the

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, this project

to listen to experiences of violence and discrimination of women on the African continent and to establish a network of congregations

and women's organizations that, collaborating

each other, build an equitable society.

Synodality according to
co-responsible women of the synodal process.
Their contributions and challenges

This project focuses on listening and giving visibility to the women who are in charge

or are part of the team that coordinates the synodal process of a diocese, country or continent and that,

therefore, they can express their experience

and vision of the future.

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