MWIA Projects

An Open Door to a Life of Hope & Belonging

By Elouise Hahn | Date 05.12.2017

For some years now the House of Welcome has been bursting at the seams of the old butcher’s shop in Carramar, Sydney – case workers, clients, visitors and volunteers vied for a space, any space. So it was a great relief when the possibility of taking over the old convent in South Granville became a reality…

Read More

India: Vital Care

By Elouise Hahn | Date 05.12.2017

Nestled in the mountains and surrounded by forests lies the small village of Lolay where disadvantaged tribal villagers live. There are no shops in Lolay and the only infrastructure is the newly established Loreto Health Clinic along with the school, Church and convent…

Read More

Loreto Rumbek Curbing Child Marriage

By Elouise Hahn | Date 05.12.2017

Child and forced marriage remains a widespread practice in South Sudan, rooted in cultural and traditional beliefs, rather than religious, with 52 percent of girls marrying before their 18th birthday. Generally, these marriages are arranged by the families within and across tribes…

Read More