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79 development projects in 23 countries around the world, with more than 120,000 beneficiaries

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Development Projects

MCST definition

These are some of the Development Projects in our network:

The Ruben Centre, NAIROBI, KENYA

The Ruben Centre provides key community development programmes to one of the largest slums in Nairobi.

Vision: To be a faith-based centre striving for an empowered and just Mukuru community.
Mission: To offer quality education, health, financial and social services to children and families in Mukuru community.

Contact the Director: 

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Centro Hermano Manolo, COCHABAMBA, BOLIVIA

El Centro Hermano Manolo (CEHM) es una organización sin fines de lucro, dependiente de la Congregación de Hermanos Cristianos. Acompañamos a chicos menores de 18 años, trabajadores (lustrabotas, carretilleros, vendedores ambulantes) del sector La Cancha.

Misión: El CEHM es una institución que procura que la población de menores, trabajadores de La Cancha, gocen de su niñez rodeada de gente compasiva y liberadora.

Visión: Crear un ambiente comunitario donde los niños y adolescentes trabajadores, menores de dieciocho años, puedan vivir sus derechos y valores.

Check out their website

Edmund Rice Ministry, KABANKALAN & MAASIN, THE PHILIPPINES 

 

The Christian Brothers are working in the small cities of Kabankalan on the island of Negros and Hilongos on the island of Leyte. Their ministries range from working to build the capacity of principals and teachers in Catholic schools to providing special programmes for young people at risk.

Callan Services National Unit, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

The Network of Callan Services is the largest provider of services to children and adults living with disabilities in Papua New Guinea. It’s a leading disability rights, advocacy and representative Network of and for all people with disability in Papua New Guinea.

It is a national, cross-disability organisation – attempting to respond to the needs of people with all kinds of disability.
They are a non-profit, non-government organisation and a faith–based development organisation that shares the liberating heart of God through ‘Respect, Presence, Compassion and Justice’ ensuring that persons with disabilities are equipped to participate equally in social and economical settings of their local communities.

This gift of COMPASSION may ultimately call us to act and speak alongside persons with disabilities as they strive for JUSTICE and for the ideals described in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which will provide all of them with the privilege and gift of living.

Check out their Newsletter HERE

Education For Life, ELDORET, KENYA 


Eldoret, the fifth largest and fastest growing area in Kenya, is located 263km North West of Nairobi with a population of close to 220,000. Regular EFL workshops are conducted which focus on prevention. Counseling services are available and in-home support is provided. Close to 500 orphans and vulnerable children (whose parents are infected) are being supported to enable them to continue in primary and secondary school. Infected / affected families are assisted to initiate income generating activities and are encouraged to become involved in the Savings and Internal Lending Communities (SILC) scheme.

You can see them on Facebook and stay up-to-date HERE

STAR Support Group, YAMBIO, SOUTH SUDAN 

Our mission is to educate, support and advocate on behalf of all people living with HIV in Yambio, as part of a society-wide response that seeks an end to the HIV epidemic.

The STAR group is working with a group is PLWHA (People Living With HIV / AIDS) who are also the poorest of the people in Yambio both economically and socially. This is in a context of South Sudan which is amongst the poorest in the world.

The STAR project is based in Yambio, Southern Sudan, a place in conflict for over twenty years. The Christian Brothers have been present in South Sudan for the last ten years working closely with the STAR project, which began in 2005.

Mission Capacity Support Team

MCST Envisaged Future

The Mission Capacity Support Team (MCST) is a network of Mission Coordinators from around the world. It meets twice a year for team building, reviewing progress, and leadership development and training.

Between face-to-face meetings, we operate in three on-line Peer Groups to implement our local and global 3-year project.

The MCST Executive, led by the Convenor, has been appointed to lead the implementation of the project in line with our Annual Plan which is approved at MCST meetings.

3 Year Strategy

Increasing Effectiveness

Mobilising Resources

Learning & Improving

Timeline

The MCST is currently implementing a 3-year Capacity Development project.

Capacity Project Timeline

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MCST members take part in on-line regional Peer Groups.

Resource Platform

Development Offices - The "4P Model"

Our projects are coordinated by regional Mission Development Offices. These MDOs are seeking to increase their effectiveness using a 4-P model:

4 P Model

4 P Model content

Results Based Management

Edmund Rice Projects adopt a programatic approach to ensure optimum effectiveness.

RBM

Project Cycle Management

Theory of Change 

MCST Theory of Change

Learning Communities