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She also spent time with other ecumenical accompaniers (EAs) in Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Hebron experiencing the difficulties Palestinians have moving about the West Bank.
The students who participated in the focus group interviews were exposed to different clinics in Gauteng, with different clinical accompaniers, which was valuable as different perspectives with regard to clinical accompaniment were obtained.
As the people of Israel and Palestine continue their long struggle for peace, the South African accompaniers will bring to the Middle East their experiences and their hope for a better world.
ISM and other peace groups are re-evaluating their accompaniment strategies, especially now that Israel has arrested ISM accompaniers and threatened to deport them.
Jesus met Dorothy Craw, from Forest Hall, North Tyneside, in Guatemala while she was an accompanier to his people around Rabinal.
Canon Dr John Aves, honorary canon of Norwich cathedral, UK, died on 25 January 2004, of a heart attack in Bethlehem where he was serving as a WCC ecumenical accompanier.
Sayyid Zaki gave the Sudanese guest and his accompaniers a briefing on the IPA and its vital role in pushing the wheel of administrative development in the Sultanate.
The nonprofit grew to number 20 social workers, communicators, pastoral accompaniers of the afflicted and 250 volunteers.
VAR of zarrab and accompaniers at the corridors of the justice palace
Upon his arrival in Lahore the PAT chief along with his at least 150 accompaniers belonging to PAT, PML-Q, MWM and MQM denied to disembark himself from the plane.
Four accompaniers are gone for the next two weeks, and there's plenty of work to be done.
I have personally known many church leaders who have been transformed by their experiences and in turn become faithful accompaniers of the communities and individuals, giving special attention to the most marginalized, on the issues related to human sexuality.