The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every corner of the globe. For Edmund Rice Mission, the projects have adjusted their activities to this new landscape while responding to the challenges facing their beneficiaries. Read how the Ruben Centre, the Edmund Rice Eldoret Empowerment Programme, The Justice Desk and the Western Cluster have adapted to COVID.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every corner of the globe. For Edmund Rice Mission, the projects have adjusted their activities to this new landscape while responding to the challenges facing their beneficiaries. Read how the Sama-Badjao Women’s Livelihood and Community WASH project in the Philippines and PRATYeK in India have adjusted their projects to the COVID pandemic.
Over three days this November, 22 Edmund Rice Mission personnel from the Western Cluster project and the St. Paul’s Skills Training Centre came together for a Result Based Management (RBM) Review Workshop in the Western Province of Zambia. This was a refresher course building on the knowledge gained at their first RBM course in Zambia in July 2019, and it gave participants an opportunity to discuss and share their experiences in applying RBM practices to their project work.
Every Friday, participants explore human rights and advocacy using an interactive, participatory and practical approach. The training, being conducted in collaboration with Misean Cara, has attracted over 300 registered participants drawn from more than 35 countries.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on nearly every corner of the globe. For Edmund Rice Mission in Latin America, the projects have been able to adapt their activities to this new landscape while responding to the challenges facing their beneficiaries.
The Mission Capacity Support Team has produced its first newsletter to share news and updates about the Edmund Rice Mission Capacity Development Project.
From South Africa to Latin America to Ireland, Edmund Rice Mission has been responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in various ways while continuing to serve the most marginalised in their communities.
It has been a busy winter at Edmund Rice International in Geneva. This past month, ERI hosted the visit of more than 20 student ERI Youth Ambassadors from England and Ireland, as well as facilitating a three-day training in Human Rights and Advocacy for participants from the Edmund Rice Network.
We are delighted to share the latest Edmund Rice Development Impact Report. This report looks back at the impact of Edmund Rice Development’s partner projects over the last ten years, and also outlines your generous support during 2017 and 2018.