(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) Eastern Deanery AIDS Relief Program

Eastern Deanery AIDS Relief Program is presently one of the largest multifaceted treatment and prevention programs in Kenya. Various services offered are adult and children basic AIDS care as well as anti-retroviral treatment. There is a special emphasis on preventing maternal to child transmission. Well-baby clinics provide a way to identify infants at risk for HIV infection and provide immunization for poor children who do not receive basic immunization services. There are over 19,000 adults and children receiving care and treatment. People accessing counseling and testing is more than 50,000 clients in a year. With over 300 volunteers involved in the program, it has 13 clinics spread through the eastern side of the city of Nairobi. Please help Father Lance Nadeau, M.M., continue this project.
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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) Hospice and Palliative Care Program

For the overwhelming majority of Africans who currently endure progressive, life-limiting illnesses, access to culturally appropriate holistic palliative care (including effective pain management) is simply not available.
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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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(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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(South Sudan) Pastoral Ministry and Health Care Program

Father John Barth, M.M. continues to assist St. Teresa Mission Parish, Isohe Village, South Sudan where your support has enabled him to provide food, water and supplies while also assisting the South Sudanese Refugees in Palabek Refugee Settlement in Uganda.
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(Tanzania) AIDS Orphan Project

(Tanzania) AIDS Orphan Project
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

The project provides access to quality education for children at the primary, secondary and vocational school levels.with emphasis on building the powerfulness of group endeavor, rights and responsibility of children and the child's uniqueness as an individual. This is accomplished by providing the necessary school needs, life skill training and a greater sense of self-worth. Your generosity provides a bright future for these children.
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(Tanzania) Benches for the Buza Church

(Tanzania) Benches for the Buza Church

The building structure of the Buza Church is finally completed. However, the finishing touches such as the furnishings and benches are still needed. It needs 80 wooden benches.
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(Tanzania) Ministry for People with Albinism

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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