At the Saint Monica Girls’ Tailoring Center she runs in Gulu, Uganda, Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe looks after women and girls who have seen much of the worst of what the world can dish out, offering a measure of shelter and security in a society riven by civil war.
At the TIME 100 Gala in New York City, she shared her good humor, infectious energy and deep compassion; but she also challenged her fellow “influentials” to join in the effort to heal the lives of women and children traumatized by brutality and fear.
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