(Bolivia) Heart Surgery Program

(Bolivia) Heart Surgery Program

Solidarity Bridge (Puente de Solidaridad) is a non-profit organization that is based out of Evanston, Illinois. Solidarity Bridge transforms lives by promoting solidarity and justice through experiences of service and healing. We believe that saving a life and alleviating suffering can sustain families and strengthen communities. Currently, the organization’s primary focus of its mission work has been in Bolivia. The organization has local offices in both Santa Cruz and Cochabamba, Bolivia staffed with Bolivian employees. Father Dae Kim, M.M., works as a volunteer in assisting with the “Heart Surgery” program.
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(Peru) AIDS Shelter

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La Posadita del Buen Pastor (Little Inn of the Good Shepherd) was founded in 1998 by Sr. Victoria Mestas, a Good Shepherd Sister. The purpose of the project is to provide shelter, food and medical care for children and women with HIV/AIDS.
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(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) 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) 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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(Cambodia) Anlong Kngan Impoverished Programs

(Cambodia) Anlong Kngan Impoverished Programs

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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 also 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) Community Health and Education Project

(Cambodia) Community Health and Education Project

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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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(Cambodia) Deaf Development Program

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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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