(Bangladesh) Trade School for Women

(Bangladesh) Trade School for Women

Founded in 1992 by Father Bill Tillson, M.M., and continued by Father William McIntire, M.M., this mission teaches poor women how to sew professionally so they can help support their families. In addition, women receive an academic education since many never went to school.
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(Cambodia) Anlong Kngan Impoverished Programs

(Cambodia) Anlong Kngan Impoverished Programs

Thanks to Father Robert Wynne, M.M., and others, Maryknoll continues to service the impoverished folks living in shanties outside Phnom Penh in Anlong Kngan by looking after their health and the education of their children. We seek out the abandoned elderly, providing a couple of hot meals a week and, when possible, attend to their medical needs.
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(Cambodia) Deaf Development Program

(Cambodia) Deaf Development Program

Fr. Charles Dittmeier, M.M. heads the only agency in Cambodia for deaf adults, providing basic education, job training, sign-language development and interpretation, deaf-community development, and social services. Father's objective is to educate and train deaf individuals who can then form a community which advocates for itself and can be integrated into hearing society. Your gift will make this dream a reality.
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(Cambodia) Deaf Hostel Project

(Cambodia) Deaf Hostel Project

Educating the deaf in Cambodia continues to make a difference to more than 51,000 deaf people and one half million who are hard-of-hearing. You can help Fr. Charles Dittmeier, M.M., MMAF, provide hostels to house and feed students and provide education, job training, interpreting, sign language, deaf community development and social services.
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(Japan) Social Welfare and Migrant Apostolate

(Japan) Social Welfare and Migrant Apostolate

Efforts continue in Japan to identify additional ways in which we can support the Maryknoll Migrant Ministry Programs. An annual meeting will take place at Karasaki where a Maryknoll trainee will report on a program she attended in Vietnam while another trainee will report on the meeting in Tokyo. Reports are about the current issues they face and what approaches they can take in dealing with these issues.
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(Myanmar) Leadership Training and Nutritional Support

(Myanmar) Leadership Training and Nutritional Support

Father J im Kofski, M.M., and Emelita L. Valdez, a Philippine Catholic Lay Mission (PCLM) partner, will offer an integrated education and leadership training workshop to parish leaders, youth and children, and they will include workshops on income generating skills and organize them into Basic Ecclesial Communities. The project provides educational and nutritional support to more than 150 children.
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(Myanmar/Bangladesh) Economic Development Projects

(Myanmar/Bangladesh) Economic Development Projects

Father Robert McCahill, M.M., has spent more than 25 years traveling throughout Bangladesh and Myanmar to create and help to implement small, easy-to-manage income generating projects such as plantations, fish ponds and piggeries. These projects generate funds to support student boarding facilities through hostels that were built for the students.
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(Nepal) Earthquake Relief and Human Development

(Nepal) Earthquake Relief and Human Development

Through the generosity of our benefactors, Father Joe Thaler, M.M., continues to rebuild the multiple programs that aim at providing health care and education for the workers employed by the brick factories as well as taking care of people residing in remote villages. In addition, the Trans Himalayan Environmental Livelihood Program provided training in cultivation, briquette making, organic farming and vermicomposting.
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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) Relief and Education for Burmese Refugees

(Thailand) Relief and Education for Burmese Refugees

For more than two decades, Wat Prok School, established by Maryknoll, has provided education, skill training as well as clothing, food and medical assistance to 50-60 migrant boys of Mon Migrants who range from six to 17 years old. Limited employment opportunities in the Southern part of Myanmar and civil strife have displaced more than 500,000 people in Thailand. Your gift supports the needs of these displaced young men.
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(Vietnam) Capacity Building for the Blind

(Vietnam) Capacity Building for the Blind

In partnership with the Training and Rehabilitation Center for the Blind (TRCB) in Hanoi, the training arm of the Vietnam Blind Association (VBA), the Hai Duong Province Blind Association (HDBA) and the Vinh Phuc Province Blind Association (VPBA), Maryknoll gives training courses in capacity building and life skills to blind people at the three centers.
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(Vietnam) Economic and Life-Skills Training for Women

(Vietnam) Economic and Life-Skills Training for Women

Maryknoll is partnering with the Women’s Union of Hai Hau District in Nam Dinh Province. The partnership will provide initial capital and training to 25 poor rural women for income improvement by means of an Indian Red Worm Household Breeding Program.
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(Vietnam) Working Skills Training for Youth

(Vietnam) Working Skills Training for Youth

In this two-year project and in partnership with two District Skills Training Centers in Nam Dinh Province, Hai Hau and Xuan Truong, Maryknoll aims to improve the professional working skills of 100 trainees and trainee-graduates from these centers who are not yet employed.
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(Kenya) Inter-ethnic Peace Program

(Kenya) Inter-ethnic Peace Program

With the next general election approaching in 2017, the program aims at preventing a repeat of the pre and post election violence that occurred in Molo, It is a small town located 200 kilometers from Nairobi that has been the center of ethnic clashes and was among the worst hit during the 2007/2008 post election violence. More than 400 people were killed, 250,000 displaced and 80,000 houses torched.
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(Kenya) Mission Institute Scholarship Program

(Kenya) Mission Institute Scholarship Program

The Maryknoll Institute of African Studies courses are all post-graduate. The courses are aimed at the intellectual conversion of students, in that students become conscious of and fluent in owning and expressing their cultural knowledge of origin. If the student is not African, the courses help them in appropriating and expressing an authentic African mindset.
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(Kenya) Response to Addiction

(Kenya) Response to Addiction

Father John Conway, M.M., heads a much-needed program that provides care and assistance for individuals abusing alcohol and drugs. This program helps restore self-worth and strengthens family relationships. Your gift makes a difference in the lives of so many.
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(Tanzania) Programs for Students with Learning Disabilities

(Tanzania) Programs for Students with Learning Disabilities

Though the Tunaweza program "We are able", Brother Loren Beaudry, M. M., helps young adults with learning disabilities to become self-reliant. They learn to wash, cook, garden, sew and to read and write in Kiswahili. With assistance, students receive math and speech therapy support as well as social services. At Bukumbi, a place for the mentally ill, Maryknoll supplies rice, vegetables and soup. While at the Mabatini parish, Brother Beaudry provides workshops, leadership training and fundraising. Your gift provides a brighter future!
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(Bolivia) Ministry to Newly Release Prisoners

(Bolivia) Ministry to Newly Released Prisoners

In conjunction with our work in prison ministry, Maryknoll Lay Missioner, Joseph Loney, and Father Juan Zuniga, M.M., coordinated (and funded) a ten-day workshop on “Forgiveness and Reconciliation – Foundations for Restorative Justice” as presented by Sr. Nelly Boonen, SSPS, Ph.D. and Sr. Martina Gonzalez, SSPS, Ph.D. both missionaries in Brazil.
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