Samwel Chacha — from orphan to frontline COVID nurse and medical student
The coronavirus pandemic is hampering global public health efforts to treat and control the spread of malaria, HIV, and tuberculosis in Africa.
Lay missioner reflects on her part in the decades-long public health campaign to “Kick Polio Out of Africa”
Maryknoll lay missioners in Bolivia team up to bring together needs and resources for creative new ministries with people living with disabilities.
During the 1930s, Dr. Harry Blaber, a Brooklyn physician, served as a medical missioner with Maryknoll in China.
Maryknoll parish’s community health program tackles health insurance and other obstacles that prevent children with disabilities from accessing care
On the surface, life in Tanzania looks normal, but coronavirus cases are multiplying.
Running a food ministry during the COVID-19 lockdown gave Juan Gomez a new perspective on a plate of food.
How does the human spirit remain hopeful when suffering seems to have no end?
A video featuring physicians Anne Berry and George Stablein talking about their experiences as Maryknoll lay missioners in Tanzania
An analysis by Susan Nagele for the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns