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Signs of hope in Syria

In the struggle against the absurd and despair, the community of Alsafina in Syria continue their workshop, and to host, visit and help refugees. The conflict is close to the neighbourhood of the...

De Ark Antwerpen wins local Culture Prize!

“Proud, surprised, moved, but most of all just very pleased” is how  Johan Roose , joint National leader of Dutch speaking Belgium ...

Belfast 2017... it is already bubbling!

The Federation Assembly takes place next June, but communities and offices everywhere are already humming and buzzing! But above all, it is...

4th Symposium On Fragility, Paris

“We are in need of communities where we can meet together as different” said Jean Vanier during the 4th symposium on “Fragilities...

L'Arche and the winds of change

When a tornado strikes, it is good to have something really solid to hang on to. In L’Arche, we discover, often to our surprise, that some of...

L'Arche Mexico has moved!

  The Mexican community, El Arca de México , put its first roots down in the eastern part of Mexico City in Iztapalapa District,...

Stabilizing Today and Looking to Tomorrow in Haiti

As of Today, people are back in their homes, but the workshop is not yet running, as the building can’t be repaired. Hurricane Matthew greatly affected the area. As of now, many people are living...

Another natural disaster affects a community, this time in India

As a result of Cyclone Vardah hitting the East Coast of India on December 12th, severe floods have once again overwhelmed the city of Chennai, in India. Last year was bad enough, but this year, the...

L'Arche Chantal, Haiti, is still in a state of shock

The community is sorting out the most urgent needs, but will require help to rebuild. The second house has at last re-opened, following makeshift repairs to the roofs. Before we can think about...

Financial Aid to rebuild L’Arche Chantal, Haiti

Hurricane Matthew left behind significant damage in L'Arche Chantal. Thanks to each of you who provided support, which has helped us face the emergency. To date, 15,000 Euros have been...