• Yodifee - Youth with Disabilities Foundation for Education and Employment

    In 2002, Yodifee was established to address the needs of the recent LaValla graduates who were struggling to become self-sufficient.

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  • Balay Pasilungan - A shelter for street boys located in the heart of Bankerohan, Davao City

    A shelter for street boys located in the heart of Bankerohan, Davao City. The center is administered by the Society of Mary-Marist Fathers & Brothers

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  • Marist Mission Ranong

    Exists primarily to serve Burmese migrants, but offers assistance to any who are in particular need, regardless of creed, age or ethnicity

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The Marist Mission Centre cares for the alienated, marginalised and disposed. It focuses on development projects for poverty alleviation in countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

Marist Mission Projects

The Australian Marist Centre for Overseas Aid is a central part of the MMC, existing to support third world poverty alleviation, development projects and needy persons principally in Third World countries; in particular to women, children and the handicapped. Donations to AMCOA are tax deductable. AMCOA supports projects in the Asia Pacific region

Marists of Ranong

Marist Mission Ranong was established in 2006. It exists primarily to serve Burmese migrants, but offers assistance to any who are in particular need, regardless of creed, age or ethnicity.

Balay Pasilungan

A shelter for street boys located in the heart of Bankerohan, Davao City. The center is administered by the Society of Mary-Marist Fathers & Brothers. On 8th Feb, Archbishop Valles celebrated Mass at Balay Pasilungan.

YODIFEE

Youth with Disabilities Foundation for Education and Employment (YODIFEE) seeks to empower young Cambodians with disabilities through education and training, leading to employment and self sufficiency.

Karen Marist Mission

The Marist Mission Centre supports four boarding hostels in Maela, Maera Moo and Maela Oon Refugee Camps, on the Thai-Burma border of north-western Thailand. These camps are home to over 80,000 refugees.

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