(Peru) Medical and Pastoral Services for Prisoners

(Peru) Medical and Pastoral Services for Prisoners

The purpose of the project is to provide medicine to the detained and secretarial services the Chaplain at Peru's largest prison, San Pedro de Lurigancho, a facility built for 3,300 prisoners that currently holds 10,000, making it the most densely populated prison in the Americas. The aim is to accompany people abandoned by society and, for many, even by family. Give today and you will help save a life.
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(Peru) AIDS Shelter for Women and Children

(Peru) AIDS Shelter for Women and Children

This is one of two AIDS shelters in Peru for women and children. Located in Lima, Hogar de Vida houses four women and 12 children. It is also a drop-in center for HIV patients -- 14 woman and 32 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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(Peru) Food Program for Prisoners with HIV

(Peru) Food Program for Prisoners with HIV

This program, led by Father Joseph Fedora, M.M., provides food (breakfast and lunch) to 20 severely malnourished inmates in Peru's most overcrowded prison. Most prisoners are HIV+ so good nutrition is essential to their treatment and survival. Your gift will make sure that inmates receive the food they need.
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(Peru) AIDS Shelter

(Peru) AIDS Shelter

La Posadita del Buen Pastor (Little Inn of the Good Shepherd) provides shelter, food and medical care for 15 children and two women. This is one of only two AIDS shelters in Peru for women and children. Please help Father Joseph Fedora, M.M., keep them safe and healthy. Your gift will do so much good. The purpose of the project is to provide shelter, food and medical care for children and women with HIV/AIDS. La Posadita del Buen Pastor (Little Inn of the Good Shepherd) was founded in 1998 by Sr. Victoria Mestas, a Good Shepherd Sister. Today, 33 children and 4 women are living at the Posadita. At present, 1-out-of-3 people with HIV are women. It is believed that among the HIV population who are unaware of their diagnosis, there are more women than men. La Posadita is one of only two AIDS shelters in Peru for women and children.
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(Peru) Ministry to AIDS Patients

(Peru) Ministry to AIDS Patients

Imagine providing pastoral support to AIDS patients in care groups, hospitals, prisons, and shelters. That's what Father Joseph Fedora, M.M., does. Day after day, he accompanies patients from diagnosis to death. He also advocates for AIDS patients, providing them with medical assistance and transportation. Become part of his mission of compassion.
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(North Korea) Tuberculosis Patient Ward

(North Korea) Tuberculosis Patient Ward

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) care requires close medical supervision for at least 18 months. North Korean MDR-TB patients are housed in substandard, over-crowded, non-insulated, cold, drafty patient wards that were built at least 30 years ago. Father Gerard Hammond, M.M., is providing new duplex patient housing units that are warm and comfortable so that patients will stay in treatment centers during the winter months and not return home and infect their families with TB. This will protect families and improve patient treatment outcomes. These buildings have been designed to meet World Health Organization standards for TB care with no halls and all doors opening to the outside to prevent the spread of tuberculosis germs from room to room. Your gift will make a difference!
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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. We reach out to the foreign migrant workers, the new immigrants, foreign spouses and their families. We rent buildings for church, activities, training centers and shelters for foreign migrant workers. We provide free educational training to help improve the job skills of the workers ( electronic repairs, carpentry, dressmaking), basic Chinese language, leadership formation, lectures and seminars. We partner and network with other church groups and NGOís in doing advocacy for migrant workers rights and government agencies for trainings. With your help, Father Joyalito Tajonera, M.M., can support these migrant workers.
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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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(Thailand) Assistance to Refugees and Migrants

(Thailand) Assistance to Refugees and Migrants

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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(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. The Freed Kamaiya Upliftment Forum supports the freed kamaiya children through education promotion activities, empowers the freed kamaiya women through the training about income generation and capacity building, and sensitizes the freed kamaiya women through STI and HIV/AIDS awareness orientation activities. The Disabled Welfare Association is a 10-month sewing program for the differently abled to learn how to sew with the objective of increasing awareness about their rights and enabling them to earn for themselves and their families. With your help, Maryknoll can continue these projects in Nepal and provide a brighter future for families.
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(Myanmar) Assistance to HIV and AIDS Victims

(Myanmar) Assistance to HIV and AIDS Victims

In collaboration with Maryknoll Sister Mary Grenough, M.M., MCHAN ñ the Myanmar Catholic HIV/AIDS Network ñ was developed to include 18 local programs in 16 of the countryís 18 dioceses. These programs, under Father James Kofski, M.M., offer holistic assistance to reduce the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Myanmar, and to alleviate the suffering of persons and families already affected by the disease. Its aim also is to establish community-based health and education, care and support of pregnant mothers, their children, their partners and the youth with primary purpose to reduce HIV infections from mothers to babies.
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(North Korea) Medical Humanitarian Aid

(North Korea) Medical Humanitarian Aid

You can support humanitarian missions by Father Jerry Hammond M.M., that are savings hundreds of lives each year, especially those suffering from tuberculosis. For more than 17 years, Maryknoll and the Eugene Bell Foundation have been treating patients who are suffering from Multi-Drug Resistant TB. Twice a year (spring and fall) trips are made into North Korea and medications are hand delivered to MDR TB patients. They are part of a minimum two-year treatment and medicines are specific to each patient-prescribed according to sputum examination. Your gift will help Father Jerry deliver the necessary medications and provide the medical care and treatment to those most in need.
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(China) Hansen Disease (Leprosy) Treatment

(China) Hansen Disease (Leprosy) Treatment

In collaboration with Maryknoll, more than fifty religious sisters from eight different congregations are caring for people affected by leprosaria / Hansen disease and they also accompany those at the final stage of their life, and to pray with them.
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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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(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) Seedling of Hope - Adult Project

(Cambodia) Seedling of Hope – Adult Project

Seedling of Hope for Adults improves the quality of life of destitute people living with its HIV/AIDS by providing services and access to services that promotes a healthier and viable life while families are kept together enabling parents to care for their children which prevents the incidence of orphaned and vulnerable children. The project has directly benefited 295 adults and 38 of their dependent children in Phnom Penh and Kandal province. The services provided include home-based care, access to necessary medicine and medical services, psycho-social support, livelihood and shelter if needed. Building houses and house repairs are done in partnership with Habitat for Humanity. Your generous gift creates a brighter tomorrow for families in Cambodia.
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(Cambodia) Seedling of Hope - Youth Project

(Cambodia) Seedling of Hope – Youth Project

Seedling of Hope Youth helps orphans and vulnerable children affected by and infected with HIV/AIDS in Cambodia. Maryknoll provides food security as well as education, medical and psychosocial support for a combined total of 375 orphans and vulnerable children. Most of the children live with a remaining parent who is HIV+ or an extended family member (i.e. grandmother). Fifty-five children live in Maryknoll sponsored group homes, foster homes or transitional homes to independent living for youth. They have no family with whom to live. In addition, 35 pregnant HIV+ destitute women, 97 newly delivered HIV+women and their 98 babies benefit from the Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission component of the project. Without Maryknoll's intervention, many of these children would not be alive today and many others would not be in school. Seedling of Hope Youth has saved many children from a life on the streets or scavenging garbage to survive. Your gift makes a difference! The Seedling of Youth project supports a total of 653 orphan and vulnerable children & youth resulting from HIV/AIDS of whom 318 are male and 335 are female. Out of this, 211 are HIV+ with 98 male and 113 female. Five hundred of these children are in home-based care or living with their families. The project helps keep these children with their families. 153 are in residential care, 19 of whom are HIV+ children in foster care; 74 HIV+ in six group homes; and 42 are in transitional homes for independent living. All children are enrolled in school, ranging from first grade to skillsí training and university. Two youths in the program completed a university degree in Psychology and one finished in vocational training to work in the hotel or hospitality trade. Therefore, the project continues to achieve its goal of improving the life children and youth orphaned and vulnerable due to HIV/AIDS, as well as to provide opportunities for them to develop mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
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(Cambodia) Community Health and Education Project

(Cambodia) Community Health and Education Project

This project meets the needs of poor children in the five villages of Beoung Tum Pun's public schools with two major aspects of the program: tutorial fees for primary and secondary school and a program of overseeing the education of each child by our school assistance manager.
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