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
Liz Mach helps Tanzanian diocese fight female genital mutilation, child marriage and other gender-based violence.
Lay missioners in the Tanzania region have been helping prepare for COVID-19 through several initiatives that sew protective face masks.
Missioner family adjusts to sheltering-in-place by moving ministries online
Maryknollers in Haiti sew protective face masks for their community.
Having suffered for generations, South Sudanese are mentally prepared for this coronavirus.
In an informal settlement in Kenya, bars of soap and an emergency fund to help families through the pandemic