Being born in Argentina, "Caritas" is a word we grow up with in the Catholic Church and the country. It is an essential part of the life of every parish and diocese. Even more, "Caritas" is well known to non-Catholics too. The annual campaign "más por menos" (give more so that others suffer less) is supported by everyone and advertised in every media.
"Caritas" is very much present in the Diocese of Manzini (Swaziland). I sometimes believe that if you want to find the Cathedral or the bishop's offices, you'd better arrive in Manzini and ask where Caritas is.
Caritas runs many projects at national level: food security, HIV/Aids, TB, a hospice, poverty alleviation, the refugee camp...
There is so much to tell about the service provided so that "they may have life" - "Kute babe nempilo" (John 10:10) that I suggested developing their own webpage, linked to the one of the diocese.
Once again, it was enough to contact Sherée at Mariannhill Press (South Africa) to make it possible in just a few hours.
Slowly they will start loading the material available and share the stories of many people in the Kingdom of Swaziland. Phetsile Mabuza (in the photo) is learning how to do it.