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Humanity & Health: Global Imbalance and Social Inclusion

Humanity and Health: Global Imbalance and Social Inclusion, the 2022 Irish Global Health Network hybrid conference, October 26 & 27, commences today at Trinity College Dublin and online tomorrow. Misean Cara Health Project Officer, Niamh Caffrey, presents at the Parallel Session 1 ‘Health Systems Resilience – COVID-19’ from 10:45am on Oct 26, addressing the topic …

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Distance Monitoring: Opportunities arising from the global pandemic

Our third Learning Brief for 2022 “Distance Monitoring: Opportunities arising from the global pandemic”, looks at the Distance Monitoring system Misean Cara developed in early 2020 when global travel restrictions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted our schedule of project monitoring visits, a regular feature of our accompaniment approach to providing support and learning to …

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Misean Cara co-presents Mission Sunday Mass on RTÉ – Sunday 23rd October 11am

“You Shall Be My Witnesses” For the 7th year in a row, Misean Cara is pleased to co-present a live Mass from Dublin in celebration of World Mission Sunday on 23rd October. The Mass will air live on RTÉ at 11am, and Misean Cara will co-host along with MISSIO Ireland (The Holy Father’s official charity …

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Misean Cara in World Mission Sunday supplement of The Irish Catholic newspaper

In this week’s edition of The Irish Catholic Newspaper (20th October), coverage of Misean Cara and its members’ work in international development is featured in the paper’s World Mission Sunday supplement. The supplement includes interviews with Misean Cara CEO, John Moffett and Board Vice-Chair Sr Josephine McCarthy and profiles of Misean Cara members, highlighting their …

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The Continuing Legacy of Irish Missionaries

In today’s publication of The Irish Catholic Newspaper, coverage of Misean Cara and its members’ work in international development is featured in the paper’s World Mission Sunday supplement. To read more about the missionaries profiled in the Mission Sunday supplement please click the links below: To learn more about Haki Yetu and to support the …

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‘Recovering from the impact of COVID-19 and investing in girls’ education –A Global and Ugandan perspective’

On Friday, 30th September, Misean Cara’s Education Project Officer, Orla Duke, presented at ‘Recovering from the impact of COVID-19 and investing in girls’ education – A Global and Ugandan perspective’ an event in Iveagh House, Dublin organised by Irish Aid and the Irish Forum for Global Education. Representatives from the Ministry of Education in Uganda attended, …

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Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) from Irish Government reaches €1.2 billion in Budget 2023.

Misean Cara joins Dóchas and its other NGO members in welcoming today’s budget news from the Irish Government of a record €1.2 billion in Overseas Development Aid (ODA) spending for 2023. The figure announced today is a €177 million increase (17%) over the 2022 ODA commitment. In its online statement about today’s ODA budget announcement, …

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Book Launch – The Theology of Integral Human Development: The Role of Faith in International Development and Public Affairs

Misean Cara is pleased to announce that Matt Moran, a former Chairperson of the Misean Cara Board and author of The Legacy of Irish Missionaries Lives On will launch his latest book – The Theology of Integral Human Development: The Role of Faith in International Development and Public Affairs – at an event in Whitefriar …

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Education for all: Lessons from an impact study on girls’ education projects

Each year, we produce a set of themed Learning Briefs that draw on internal and external evaluation and research work conducted over the past few years. Our Learning Briefs aim to distil key findings and points of learning that will be valuable to our members and those in the wider development sector. Our second Learning …

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