Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. speaks with Sr. Beatrice Chipeta a Rosarian Sister, and Peter Daino of Karonga, Malawi (Africa), Tess Kunesch (Dayton) and Jim Lund National Director of Catholic Relief Services (Baltimore MD) about the Lusubilo (Hope) Community Based Orphan Care Project in Malawi, serving over 9,000 children and 800+ adults in 66 villages to improve the nutritional status of orphans and to increase food production capacity so that nutritional improvement is substantial. Sr. Beatrice was recently awarded the prestigious Fordham University OPUS Prize for Humanitarian Entrepreneurship.
Archive for November, 2010
Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. speaks with Rich DiSilvio of Massapequa, NY; architectural designer and remodeler, artist, illustrator, new media developer, educational software programmer, publisher and author.
Rich will be discussing his book “The Winds of Time” about the Roman/Italian influences that shaped Western Civilization and most pointedly modern America including the beginning of the Republic and how America emulated it.
“With America’s future and very survival in mind, the author reveals many lessons and warnings that only the past can provide.”
For more information on Rich DiSilvio a highly creative and astute Italian-American visit www.TheWindsOfTime.com.
Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. speaks with Tim Bete, Communications Director for St. Mary’s Development Corporation in Dayton, OH, about the launching of their Thanksgiving Project, a writing/video/pictorial competition focusing on Thankful Homes; being thankful for our dwelling places and the opportunity to help people find suitable housing in times of need and waning health including SMDC Residential Services, Independent Living Apartments and Homes for Families; Senior Housing; Health Care Services; Homeownership Assistance and Training Programs.