Feeding the Hungry


For millions of people around the world, hunger is daily reality. The current global pandemic has only worsened the effects for those already living in extreme poverty. We are so grateful that, even during this pandemic, we are able to support 16 feeding centers in seven African countries — the Central African

Empowerment through Education – Helping kids get the education they deserve


Building a Priceless Education While some families in the United States worry about the cost of expensive private schools, parents in Uganda are laying bricks to make sure their kids have a school to attend. At Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Ocodri Parish, Uganda there are only enough classrooms for students

Water with Blessings


Having access to safe, clean drinking water is a fundamental human right. Yet millions of peo­ple around the world are forced to drink dirty, bacteria-infested water because of drought, war, or famine. This year, as the Comboni Missionaries cel­ebrate its 150th anniversary, we want to help provide clean water for the more

Taking the Long View


By Bill Firman – Solidarity with South Sudan I returned from home leave a little over a month ago and have just completed trips within South Sudan from Juba to Rumbek, Wau, Yambio and Riimenze, for various meetings. This country is truly in a horrible mess and many people are suffering. As I

Feeding the Babies


Every month a couple from Cincinnati gives us $50 to help the missions. Recently they asked us to give it to a Comboni Missionary Sister. Now $50 might not feel like a large sum of money. Maybe you could take your family out to a nice dinner. Or, perhaps, you could fill

Digging Wells


Getting water to villages in Kenya can be a difficult task. However, thanks to your donations and the hard work of Bro. Dario Laurencig, 20 new boreholes were dug in villages throughout Kenya last year. In 2013, he was able to place a dozen boreholes! The cost of one borehole, complete with

Sewing Project


For many in the Western world, sewing is a fun hobby, but to a group of women in Uganda it provides the opportunity for a whole new life for themselves and their families. On May 1, 2016, five women from Karamoja enrolled in a sewing course with the Comboni Missionary Sisters.

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