On Sunday 11th April 2021, twenty-seven (27) prospective Companions of Kenya attended a historic virtual meeting with attendees calling in from the United States of America, Gibraltar, England, Scotland, Germany, Sudan and of course our beloved Kenya.
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During the Omicron wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya, which saw positivity rates of up to 40%, remote counties such as Marsabit were especially heavily hit due to generally low vaccination availability, misinformation, sub-optimal health equipment and lack of urgent Personal Protection Equipment such as masks. This resulted in a rapid rise of untreated […]
Three consecutive rainy seasons have brought far below average rainfalls in Kenya especially in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands like North Horr in Marsabit County which are in urgent need of aid. As a result, more than half a million children are acutely malnourished and tens of thousands of animals have starved, pastures have withered, […]
The Kakuma Mission Hospital, founded as a medical and emergency centre by the Medical Missionaries of Mary in 1964, has rapidly grown into an essential hospital for the local communities, as well as serving as a referral hospital for the large number of refugees from the nearby Kakuma Refugee Camp and the Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. […]
The consequences of the pandemic on the social fabric and health and economic systems were among the topics discussed during the meeting between El Salvador’s Foreign Minister Alexandra Hill Tinoco and Grand Chancellor Albrecht Boeselager.
This morning the Lieutenant of the Grand Master, Fra’ John T. Dunlap, left the Magistral Palace and walked to the Oratory of Saint Ignatius. To celebrate the feast of St. John the Baptist, he attended a special lunch for the needy served by the “Fra’ Giacomo Group” of the Order of Malta’s Rome Delegation.
Grand Chancellor Albrecht Boeselager received Ana Luisa Castro Novey, Deputy Foreign Minister of Panama on the afternoon of June 24 at the Magistral Palace.