Opus Dei in Kenya and Uganda

Opus Dei started in Kenya in 1958, by the direct impulse of St. Josemaría Escrivá. It was the first country on the African Continent where faithful of Opus Dei were to go.

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Economic Rebellion of the "Tea Slaves"

Economic Rebellion of the "Tea Slaves"

An article published in "El Mundo" about the Kimlea Training Centre, a corporate work of Opus Dei in Kenya that seeks to give women the skills needed to escape from their life as tea pickers on the Maramba plantation.