Sep 30, 2013
Nansen Refugee Award Winner Ang lique Namaika: a Profile
Tonight in Geneva, the UN refugee agency and many high-profile government and UN leaders will honour a humble and courageous Congolese woman who has spent years helping less fortunate women recover from abuse and suffering in a violent corner of Africa.
Making the best of displacement in DRC
Sister AngA©lique teaches women, most of whom have been displaced by the LRA, to sew in Dungu, DRC DUNGU, 25 September 2013 - The army's insistence that it is safe to go home does little to convince the thousands of people who have made a temporary residence of the northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo town of Dungu, in Orientale Province.
Religion News Service
Teaching Congolese refugees self-sufficiency gains nun U.N. recognition
Sister Angelique Namaika, the 2013 UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award laureate, photographed after a literacy class she instructs near the town of Dungu, Orientale Province, Democratic Republic of Congo on Aug. 1, 2013.
From Lord's Resistance Army captive to tailor, teen gets a second chance
Rose*, aged 18 years, is wearing a nice embroidered dress - a Women's Day present from her husband - and giving her toddler a bath.
International Business Times
World's Top Refugee Honour for Congolese Nun Sister Angelique Namaika [Video]
Sister Anglique Namaika - a Congolese nun known as 'mother' among women and girls displaced and abused by the Lord's Resistance Army - will receive the Nansen Refugee Prize awarded by the refugee agency for extraordinary humanitarian work on behalf of refugees, internally displaced or stateless people.