A calling from the heart
A fraternal movement will always be written by many hands. Fraternity Without Borders was born after a calling of the heart. Wagner Moura, the founder, and president of FWB, was still a child when he found himself crying over hunger in the world. A pain that accompanied him through youth, when he was already engaged in volunteering on the outskirts the city he lives, and, adult, it made him decide to go to Africa.
He chose Mozambique, a Portuguese-speaking country, located in the poorest area of the world, Sub-Saharan Africa - one million people suffer from hunger, six hundred thousand are orphans. There, it started the work of sheltering.
From those early days to today, a series of fortunate events have been making this fraternity story through Africa and for a peaceful world.