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Kulmasa Ghana Project Launch

On August 31, 2021 Medical Mission Sisters in Ghana launched an Integrated Health Program at Holy Family Parish at Kulmasa in the Savannah region of the country.The Integrated Health Project care aims to enhance accessibility to quality health care and includes maternal and child health care, preventive and participative health activities, girl-child education, youth and women empowerment.

Quality, Holistic Foundational Education

On July 28th 2021Medical Mission Sisters in Ang’iya, Kenya opened its doors to the Anna Dengel Education Centre for the first time. Medical Mission Sisters run the Ang’iya Primary Health Care Dispensary which includes prevention, maternity services, mother and child health, HIV/AIDS program, curative and outreach services. They now have extended their healing presence to respond to the local community’s request for a school. It is difficult for very young children in the area to walk three kilometers and cross several rivers to reach the nearest school.

Seeds of Hope in South India

Seeds of hope in South India. In Kerala our Sisters respond to the various needs of local people who are affected by the Corona Pandemic. They care not only for those admitted with a COVID-19 infection to our hospital in Bharananganam, they also reach out to the sick and those who cannot afford medical care in the villages.

 

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