The Little Way helped to establish the Little Way Sisters of St Therese in Myanmar (Burma).
Poor sanitation has a big impact on public health. With no toilet facilities at Wong in Ethiopia people use the streets or plastic bags.
Our Work: Digging Wells - India
Many people in developing countries do not have access to safe, fresh water. Digging wells for communities is an important part of our work, particularly in drought affected areas. Many have to walk long distances to fetch drinking water. In Koyaguden, India, we helped the 50 worst affected villages in a drought affected area and provided funds for digging wells in each one. Each bore well is used by a cluster of around 25 families.
Franciscan Sisters are looking after 75 AIDS affected children in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Sr Margaret McDermott writes that: "your funds enabled us to continue feeding...
If you wish you can donate funds to help build a small chapel in the developing world. St. Therese, our patroness, wished to spread the Gospel throughout the world "until the end of time". We receive many requests for help from local bishops and priests...
No family can flourish without a proper home, yet millions live in shanty towns, or makeshift huts made of cardboard boxes and plastic sheeting. Many people are homeless...
The Claretian Missionaries received a donation from the Little Way to help them with their work with families affected by HIV. Each month food supplies are provided...
The Comboni Sisters were expelled from South Kordofan in the Sudan for a time during the war years but have recently returned to help re-start schools and provide basic health care.
Sister Raphaela writes from The Little Flower Orphanage in Bangladesh: "We are working among the under-privileged and marginalized...
The Consolata Sisters are working with some of the poorest people in Ethiopia. Drought and war have caused famine and destitution for thousands.
Your donations are helping people at The Zimbabwe Self Reliance Leprosy Centre
Fr. Andrew Lukhale, a Consolata Father in the Congo, writes: "We have only one nurse attending to more than 10,000 people and I am grateful for the help you gave...
The Sisters of St. Clare (Peru) write: "Thank you immensely for the Little Way donations for our soup kitchen. We are currently helping 48 people - abandoned mothers, children and the elderly.
Many people in developing countries do not have access to safe, fresh water. Digging wells for communities is an important part of our work, particularly in drought...
Hundreds of thousands of people have lost everything following Nepal's devastating earthquake. We are sending funds to those in need through the Salesians of Don Bosco.
Drought due to unreliable rainfall is a constantly recurring problem in Tanzania. When the rains don't come, the crops wither and die.
In parts of Europe the Roma are the victims of extreme violence, hatred and racism. A number of Catholic religious orders, aided by donations from the Little Way, are working.
Help for the Roma - Slovak Republic and Hungary
Sanitation project - Ethiopia
Preparing dinner in Myanmar
AIDS affected children - South Africa
Homes for the poor
Leprosy Clinic - Sudan
Emergency aid & disasters
Orphanage - Bangladesh
Kindergarten - Ethiopia
Treating leprosy - Zimbabve
Drought and food shortage - Tanzania
Earthquake Relief in Nepal
Soup kitchen - Peru
Feeding Programme and Dispensary - Congo
Diggiing Wells - India
Help for HIV sufferers- India
Other Little Way Projects...
“Your donation enables us to continue feeding poor children in our local squatter camps”- Sister Magdalen, South Africa
“I need not explain how much your grant has meant to us here in Thailand. Dealing with teenagers with HIV is a great challenge for the Centre and the staff who are caring for them”.