Teaching a small business development course, Kyle Johnson reflects on the challenges of social enterprises in Tanzania.
A women’s cooperative started by Maryknoll in Brazil provides support and livelihoods.
Three examples of how missioners help persons with disabilities make strides toward sustainable economic independence
Peg Vámosy and her Salvadoran parish group promote sustainable agriculture and environmental awareness.
Lisa Sullivan brings her agroecology experience to her new job as MOGC’s Faith, Economy and Ecology director.
Continuing to teach financial management skills and to accompany children living with disabilities.
This Women of Color (March 1) and International Women’s Day (March 8), we celebrate Roseline Magophie, the manager of a henhouse project in Haiti.
In this scripture reflection, returned Maryknoll lay missioner Michael Leen shares what he has learned from Tanzanians’ trust in God.
A successful store owner — an agent of change in remote South Sudan — talks about entrepreneurship and the importance of education.
Russ Brine is building financial management capacities of a diocese’s accountants and program managers
Business plans, graduations and hopeful first steps at St. Justin’s, the Musoma diocese and the IHSA sisters