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  • gallery2 Fr John Farrugia,

    I wish to thank the Mission Fund for the donation towards our mission in Pakistan.

    The money will finance the Christian formation of youth and adults in poor parishes so that the faithful can have an opportunity to grow in faith and in their Christian life.

    To continue providing such help, the Mission Fund depends on the generosity of readers. I therefore encourage the public to send used stamps and donations with which Maltese missionaries in Third World countries can be helped.

  • gallery2 Sr Frances Farrugia OP,

    I would like to thank the Mission Fund of Mosta for the generous donation of €2,000 which will partly fund a safe drinking water project, which we, the Dominican Sisters of Malta are carrying out in a very depressed community outside the city of Lahore, Pakistan. Our intention is to provide outlets of purified water which will be available for the public, principally the families in the village. Why water? All life depends on water. Contaminated water is the cause of the many maimed babies born in this particular zone, where the effluent drainage from textile factories and pharmaceutical factories flows freely in a nearby canal;  besides the problem of the acid fumes, the underground water is contaminated. The open sewage also adds to the problem.  Women are the ones who suffer most because during pregnancy, the foetus is affected.  The babies are born with spina bifida or with talipes and other deformities, like stumpy fingers and other protruding joints.  This has been confirmed from a research carried out with the help of the medical staff of the civil hospital and it was proven that the problem in the area is all due to the consumption of this polluted water.  Men and children are also exposed to severe enteric problems. Please continue to help the Mission Fund so that our brothers and sisters in far-flung areas of the world where the poor are emarginated and unwanted may share the love of God. Love is God’s gift. - Sunday 13 July 2014

  • gallery2 Fr Joseph Galea, OFM Cap,

    I would like to thank Mission Fund, which sends us a generous donation every year and enables us to continue with our missionary work.

    I live in Hola, Kenya, in a semi-desert area. The people here are mainly pastoralists and farmers who depend on the rain for a living. Rain is very scarce in this place, so people cannot afford to send their children to school. At times, tribal clashes hamper the development of the region and increase poverty.

    I encourage you to continue helping Mission Fund with your donations. - Sunday 27 July 2014

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