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Euphrasia works with lay Mission Partners to ensure strong lay governance and leadership for the future of the large network of Good Shepherd programmes in Taiwan. Rosa took early retirement from her role as senior finance officer, to fulfil her dream of serving God. Now she is a lay Mission Partner with Good Shepherd in Taiwan, working to strengthen mission and values. After studying social work in the Philippines, Virginia had extensive experience working with women and girls in South Korea.
Now she is Community Leader of Taiwan. Therese is an experienced and highly effective Good Shepherd leader. In Taiwan she is now in the process of building leadership capacity of lay Mission Partners. Ivy has worked at Good Shepherd Foundation, Taiwan for almost 15 years. Now she is a state director, responsible for all Good Shepherd services in Taichung District, and raising awareness of the human rights of women and children.
She enjoys being part of a global movement. Cihek I-may was the first employee of Good Shepherd of indigenous background to be financially sponsored to train as a social worker. Now she oversees 4 centers as the district director in Hualien. Ignatius has worked with Good Shepherd Services in Taiwan for over 16 years. Now he is Director of E-lan district, leading programs which assist children and youth in crisis to complete their formal education.
In Taipei, Taiwan girls were being sold into prostitution and the Bishop invited Sisters of the Good Shepherd to help run a half-way home that the Catholic Church had started, to provide shelter for the girls. Taiwan for 50 years was a colony of Japan, martial law was imposed from to for 38 years. In this martial law was lifted. During this time, Taiwan had made tremendous strides in economic growth. It is important to understand that Taiwan at that time was only beginning to have an inclusive social welfare system.
Needs of vulnerable people: those with disability, aged people and others were not being met and effort was moving along to meet other needs. The general public was very concerned. In their work with the victims the sisters discovered that there were three trends: sold, tricked and voluntarily choosing prostitution. The first resident in our half-way home was sold at the age of 11 years.