For I was hungry and you gave me something to eatI was thirsty and you gave me something to drinkI was a stranger and you invited me inI needed clothes and you clothed meI was sick and you looked after meI was in prison and you came to visit me.

- Matthew 25:35-36

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Mozambique

Carmelo Hospital – Nutrition Program for HIV + Tuberculosis

This project is to provide food for children and patients hospitalized in the Carmelo Hospital. The nutritional support is aimed at patients with tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS who attend the hospital for treatment. The nutrition aspect of the treatment protocol is critical to ongoing health support. Resources for these patients to receive meals on their own is extremely minimal and this has a proven adverse effect on both their health and the success of their treatment ...
Colombia

San Jose Home for Women – Operations

In the city of San Juan de Pasto there is no place where women in extreme poverty are welcomed and cared for: pregnant and breastfeeding mothers come from places that are difficult to access and must remain in the city because of the high risk of pregnancy or because their newborns are hospitalized. Most arrive alone, with no money to pay for a hotel and with the risk of not being treated in the postpartum ...
Burkina Faso

Emergency Funding for Nouna

As the terror attacks and violence in Burkina Faso continue to escalate, many are leaving their homes to seek safety in Nouna. A recent report stated that there are approximately 60,000 refugees in Nouna. This already impoverished location has limited resources to help those in need who are now homeless, hungry, and destitute. The Sisters are already based in Nouna and with this grant will help 200 families (nearly 1,400 people) stay healthy and disease ...
Nigeria

Reintegration of Human Trafficking Victims

This project is intended for economic empowerment and reintegration of 10 victims of human trafficking and returned migrants. The beneficiaries would be offered training opportunity to acquire some skills in preferred areas before establishment. While training they would be sheltered at COSUDOW to ensure closeness to the venue and regular attendance to the program as well as close monitoring and direction. While there, they would also avail of any of the other services offered by ...

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