(Tanzania) Multi-Year Development of Mabatini Parish

Mabatini is an urban parish in the city, with a large under-privileged population. Fr. Lam Hua needs your help for the 5 year project to construct a large parish hall/activities center. The first stage is in acquiring adjacent plots of land to expand the property for construction later.
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(Kenya) Mutamaiyo Peace Primary School

Fr. Lance Nadeau strives to promote inter-ethnic cooperation in an area of chronic, inter-ethnic violence. With your funding, Fr. Lance and the local community will build three classrooms in Mutamaiyo Peace Primary School, expanding the school to grades nursery through seven.
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(Bolivia) Girls Shelter

Initiated by a group of laypersons in 2005, “Our Home” Shelter, also known as Hogar Albergue Nuestra Casa, began as a nonprofit social work whose purpose was to offer a safe space and protection to girls and adolescents between the ages of 9 and 18 who have suffered sexual violence within their families.
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(Bolivia) Retreat and Healing Center

Under the guidance of Maryknoll Priest Associate, Father Alejandro Marina, a sacred space for spiritual healing will be constructed and will promote an intercultural coexistence. Nido de Paz will enable the local community to be a space for a true encounter of theologies between the different Christian churches, indigenous spiritualties and other historical religions of the world.
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(Peru) AIDS Shelter

La Posadita del Buen Pastor (Little Inn of the Good Shepherd) was founded in 1998 by Sr. Victoria Mestas, a Good Shepherd Sister. A shelter for abused women and children (victims of human trafficking), AIDs patients, and those living in extreme poverty is located in Lima, La Posidita houses 22 adolescents and 3 children (two of whom are HIV positive).
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(Peru) AIDS Shelter for Women and Children

An AIDS shelters in Peru for women and children. Located in Lima, Hogar de Vida houses 2 women and 9 children. It is also a drop-in center for 45 women and 35 children. In addition to serving three meals a day, Hogar provides occupational therapy and assistance to people navigating the complex public health system. Most of the program cost is for food, so your gift will give an AIDS patient a hot meal and a reason to go on.
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(Cambodia) Horizons Vocational Training Institute

This project responds to the cross-border trafficking of girls and women and provides trafficking survivors and at-risk girls with primary education and then 9th grade education (all within a 9-month period) so they can pass the government equivalency exam. They are provided hotel and tourism training for 2 years where they can each choose to study one of the following specialties: Reception/Front Office; Waitress, Cashier and Catering; Cookís Assistant and buffet setup or Housekeeping and hotel Laundry. Their training includes job placement in an international or boutique hotel in Phnom Penh where the graduates receive high salaries and benefits and so can help support themselves and their families in dignity.
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(Taiwan) Migrant Care and Counseling

(Taiwan) Migrant Care and Counseling

Maryknoll Ministry to Foreign Migrant workers and New Immigrants in Taiwan is in the Diocese of Taichung and Archdiocese of Taipei. The two Ugnayan centers and shelters serve and welcome all foreign migrant workers in Taiwan.
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(Thailand) Assistance to Refugees and Migrants

(Thailand) Assistance to Refugees and Migrants
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Poor living conditions and violence in their homelands have resulted in an increase in refugees into Thailand from Sri Lanka, Pakistan and other countries in the Middle East. Your gift enables Father Thomas Dunleavy, M.M., and others to take care of their physical needs by providing food, clothing, shelter, medical care and education to families.
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(South Sudan) Blindness Prevention and Rehabilitation

(South Sudan) Blindness Prevention and Rehabilitation

Father John Barth, M.M., continues to respond to the need in South Sudan to assist the blind and provide treatment for blindness prevention and rehabilitation. Scholarships for medical staff to learn ophthalmic care will be offered and a new eye clinic will be constucted for the newly trained staff to work upon completion of their studies in Tanzania. This will be the first eye clinic in the state of Eastern Equatoria, which has a population of more than one million residents. Your gift will make a difference.
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