In an article published in the Global Sisters Report, Juliette N’guémta Nakoye Mannta RSCJ (RDC-TCH) talks about living under a strict police state in Chad, with violations of human rights and freedoms, and with economic and social affairs in chaos. But the church's work in Chad, including their mission as sisters, offers hope.
"During the Advent and Christmas season, I asked myself: where is hope being reborn in Chad? It is so vulnerable in so many ways! Like everyone else in the world, we are talking about the value of vaccination against COVID-19, but our uniqueness lies in that we are also talking about the value of inclusive dialogue for our country. With all the talk, I still wonder about hope. But — although it is difficult to know at times — there are some signs."