Our work in Ethiopia

As the world witnesses the ongoing devastation of famine and drought in the Horn of Africa, we are responding the call of Pope Francis, to be a witness of love in the world. Join us and walk hand-in-hand with the people of Ethiopia and local church communities towards providing life-changing opportunities to those in most need.

48% of the Ethiopian population are under 15 years old
of child deaths are linked to malnutrition
50%
of children suffer from stunting
37%
83% of women in Ethiopia are illiterate

Stand with seminarians like Nilan

Nilan is currently a seminarian and on the journey to priesthood at St. Aloysius Seminary Colombo, Sri Lanka – a country that is currently riddled with political unrest due to the economic crisis.

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Mission Today

Read the latest edition of our magazine to learn more about the work Catholic Mission around the world.

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Regular Giving

Monthly donations are one of the most effective ways to give and make an incredible difference. It’s easy, and you can give at a level that is comfortable for you.

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#wearestillhere

Pope Francis, in his 2022 World Mission Sunday Message reminds us that we are all invited to answer the call to be missionary, sharing that "Mission is carried out together, not individually..." We are proud to share the voices of missionaries who are carrying out this vital work of Mission

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Workplace Giving

Workplace giving provides a wonderful opportunity for employees and employers to contribute to their favourite mission programs with pre-tax donations. Contributions go a long way in helping Catholic Mission support children, communities, and Church leaders around the world.

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To plant a seed today is to believe in tomorrow

Leaving a gift in your Will – no matter how large or small – means that you leave a legacy that reflects your values and greatest hopes for the future generations. You will make a real, eternal difference to the lives of children and families for generations to come.

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