Street Children, Refugees, Services
Street Children, Refugees, Services
Street Children, Refugees, Services

Responding to the needs of Africa's poor, Maryknollers have undertaken a variety of specialized ministries over the years including the establishment of homes for street children, serving in refugee camps, working with the national churches, and quietly serving in administrative positions that support their brother missioners who are out in the fields. Discover some of these innovative works of Christian charity through the links below.

Peter Agnone's Home for Street Children in Nairobi

Loren Beaudry's Rescue Center for Street Children in Mombasa          View the Photo Album

John Frangenberg at the Baraki Sisters Farm in Musoma

Joe Healey and the Mission Awareness Committee

Mark Huntington's Overseas Training in Mozambique

Doug May's Home for Mentally Handicapped Children in Cairo

Ray McCabe's thoughts on Retirement in Africa

A Popular History of Maryknoll's Specialized Work in Africa


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