- March 9, 2023
There’s no doubt it is tough right now for people globally. The rising cost of living is pushing so many families to the margins. So many people are in need.
Government partnerships paving the way in Timor-LesteMarch 9, 2023
The impact of having good partnerships means that the community can receive consistent information from both Mary MacKillop Today and the government.
Programs working with wonderful partnershipsMarch 9, 2023
Our partners ‘on the ground’ provide us with vital local knowledge to strengthen our programs.
"I owe the Timorese people my father's life"September 8, 2022
We recently spoke with one of our supporters, Mary Haire. She told us the incredible story of her father, Jerry Haire, who served in Timor Leste in 1942.
Training Teachers with skills for lifelong learning in Timor LesteMarch 17, 2021
Timor Leste will celebrate 18 years of independence this May. We remember the humble beginnings of the work of the Sisters of St Joseph who walked alongside the Timorese throughout the years of the Indonesian occupation and after the 1999 post-referendum violence.
Why I decided to include Mary MacKillop Today in my WillSeptember 1, 2020
Now aged in her eighties, Leonie shared how she came to support Mary MacKillop Today many years ago by witnessing the wonderful work of her sister, Joan, who is a Sister of St Joseph.
Silvia and our Women’s Livelihoods ProjectSeptember 1, 2020
Silvia is a wonderful example of a success story with our Women’s Livelihoods Project in Timor-Leste – thanks to your generosity!
Keeping Mary MacKillop's spirit aliveMay 27, 2020
I have recently been appointed as the Chairperson of Mary MacKillop today and am keen to try and emulate the remarkable work undertaken by our former Chair…
Keeping kids healthy in Timor during COVID-19May 1, 2020
Many teachers and community leaders in Timor-Leste are currently not equipped to educate children and their families on basic health and hygiene practices…