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Tessie Otaru, Sr. Brenda Hunter from the Daughters of Charity St. Vincent de Paul, Idara Akpan and Chinudu Nawaresi enjoy making some crafts at the Hope Centre in Kubwa, Abuja in Nigeria. Photo: Misean Cara.

Tessie Otaru, Sr. Brenda Hunter from the Daughters of Charity St. Vincent de Paul, Idara Akpan and Chinudu Nawaresi enjoy making some crafts at the Hope Centre in Kubwa, Abuja in Nigeria. Photo: Misean Cara.

Misean Cara’s primary objectives are to access, administer, and distribute funds for the overseas development work of our member organisations; to support our members in producing significant results through high quality development projects; and to provide effective oversight of funding spent through research, monitoring, evaluation and audits along with the implementation of allied risk management policies and processes.

We work to bring about transformation by supporting Irish religious and lay missionary organisations, and their partners to work in some of the poorest communities around the world. We are committed to assisting the marginalised and most vulnerable people in the developing world.

Our members work to bring about:

  • poverty eradication
  • the sustainable use of resources
  • the promotion of just and peaceful relationships among peoples