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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Civil Rights, Economic Development, Education, International, International Economic Development, International Migration & Refugee Issues, Microfinance, Women, Womens Rights

Mission: Partnering with displaced women and children in ways that alleviate their extreme poverty.

Target demographics: women and girls in extreme poverty

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 1,000 women and girls

Geographic areas served: SOUTH SUDAN, UGANDA and HAITI

Programs: through education, scholarships, leadership training, literacy, skills development and health care

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Havng traveled in Africa myself and seen the suffering but also the courage and strength of the women there, I m impressed by the choice of Mercy Beyond Bordeers to partner with displaced women. MBB is liftng women from poverty through small measurable projects that really work... I have donated to Mercy Beyond Borders and will continue to be a donor.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The founder Sr Marilyn Lacey is an inspirational,dedicated,expert,and visionary re displaced women in poorest countries.The Board and volunteers are mission-driven and committed.The cause is moving and important.and MBB approaches to providing aid and hope are pragmatic and well grounded.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

A great new non-profit with very low overhead that benefits refugees in selected developing countries. Run by an experienced person who maximizes her contacts and has a hands-on approach.

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

The women of Sudan have proven their moral, physical, and emotional stamina in the face of the wars and environmental challenges imposed upon them and their children. MBB addresses the needs of these women today as they forge to re-establish their identity and that of their country. Perhaps no other avenue to self-reliance equips women more than education; young girls afforded the opportunity to access the web to broaden their learning, or mothers/grandmother tackling the beginnings of running a self-sustaining small business. These are long-term benefits realized by MBB through both first hand knowledge of the plight of women and children of Southern Sudan and in collaboration with the Mercy Congregation who since 1831, have responded pragmatically to the needs of women and children in need of fundamental human rights. MBB is in communication with Sudanese local communities and listens with mind and heart in order to provide them with their identified requirements that can best break the cycles of poverty, neglect and ignorance brought about through prolonged sufferings. As a high school educator I have had the opportunity to bring greater awareness of concerns of the Sudanese children to the mind-scope of young American students. Moved by the goals of MBB, the expertise of its Director, and long-lasting commitment of the Mercy Congregation, these young students have initiated programs to raise funds for this worthy cause. They know that MBB funds go directly to the people in need to assist them in implementing life-long goals which can be generated from generation to generation. In past activities, funds were designated for St. Bakita School in Sudan. Our US students saw immediate results of their efforts in the implementation of newer learning equipment to the school. I would want to see MBB continue its fine work and in future, perhaps open up more opportunities for US volunteers to labor hand-in-hand with those women and children whose lives MBB seeks to enhance.