(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

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

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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(Taiwan) Vocational Training and Livelihood Program

With your help, Father Joyalito Tajonera, M.M. can expand the Maryknoll Vocational Training and Livelihood Program in Taichung Diocese where he provides vocational training assistance to foreign migrant workers and the new immigrants in the Diocese of Taichung and neighboring dioceses.
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(Thailand) Relief and Education for Burmese Refugees

(Thailand) Relief and Education for Burmese Refugees

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

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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(Kenya) Build the Queen of Peace Primary School

Father Lance Nadeau, M.M., will construct a multipurpose hall in the area of Turkana, Kenya which will support peace-bulding efforts of the parish while providing education and a brighter future to the youth of Our Lady of Queen of Peace School.
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(Kenya) Educational, Catechetical and Health Outreach Program

Father Lance Nadeau, M.M., in collaboration with mission teams continues to provide pastoral ministry in Nairobi by assisting parishes in northern Kenya with their educational, catechetical, women’s and health outreach programs.
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(Kenya) Mission Institute Scholarship Program

(Kenya) Mission Institute Scholarship Program

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

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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(Tanzania) Ministry for People with Albinism

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

The number of people with Albinism is very high in Tanzania--far more than in many other Sub-Saharan African country. People with Albinism are horribly persecuted in Tanzania. Their skin is thought to have magical properties, so they are killed, dismembered and their body parts used in magic potions. Or, they are killed because people think them cursed and bearers of bad luck. Either way, they’re in an incredibly precarious situation.
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