Last Saturday we hosted our Annual MMM Christmas Craft Fair! We had an amazing turnout, with great support from the community. Thanks again to everyone who donated, volunteered, visited and shopped at our MMM Christmas Craft Fair. It was a huge success! See you in 2024! https://youtu.be/Rp8gszSwrlMREAD MORE: A Christmas Craft Fair!
By Pauline Amulen MMM Cholera is an annual problem during Malawi’s rainy season typically from the month of December to March, with about 100 deaths per year. However Malawi’s latest Cholera outbreak has been described as the worst in two decades with every Malawian district affected, 881 fatalities reported, 26,888 […]READ MORE: Cholera brings Malawi depressing Moods
Sr. Bernie Kenny, MMM has lived and served in the Appalachian region of USA for many years. She lives in Clinchco, a small rural town in the corner of Virginia, close to the border of Kentucky. For many years, Bernie, a nurse practitioner, and midwife, ran a rural health service […]READ MORE: Update from Appalachia
Steps for Hope returns in 2023 for its 2nd year. We will be taking Steps for Hope all during Lent and we would love you to be part of it with us. Participants are encouraged to set a Step total that challenges them but is comfortable enough to attain. We invite you […]READ MORE: Steps for Hope 2023
By Sr. Ursula Agge MMM In the Eastern part of Nairobi, Kenya, lies Mukuru slum, an informal settlement with an estimated population of 1,000,000 people. MMM Mukuru was born right in the middle of this slum in the year 1995 (twenty-seven years ago). We minister to the health needs of […]READ MORE: Change can happen
Mukuru slum has attracted an influx of people from rural areas in search of opportunities in the city due to its proximity to Nairobi’s Industrial Area. The industries provide casual labourers with daily wages, other people engage in petty trade and hawking, to feed, clothe and entertain the thousands of […]READ MORE: Mukuru Slum
by Sr. Bernadette Fadegnon MMM It all began with a thought, listening to how people expressed the way they felt. They were tense and anxious, because of the excess stress generated by the pandemic. This touched me deeply because for me as a Medical Missionary of Mary. Our Congregation has […]READ MORE: Treating Covid-19 Related Stress