Two St. John’s University students — Raelynne Lee ’11C,
enrolled in the M.A. in Global Development program, and Nicholas
Macri ’11TCB — traveled to Ethiopia and Kenya this past summer
as Vincentian Lay
A program based in the United States, the VLM are men and women
who commit to serving those in need in Kenya and Ethiopia with the
Daughters of Charity for a period of four to six weeks.
In addition to the students, four women served in Bahir Dar,
Ethiopia; six women and one man volunteered in three different
sites in Kenya. In July, the group taught English to children in
Ethiopia. In August, Lee and Macri traveled to Kenya to help
organize camps for local children.
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