COVID-19 Emergency Response
As COVID-19 threatens health worldwide, CMMB is mounting an urgent response to protect the vulnerable populations we serve. We are equipping health facilities with critical supplies, training community health workers to build resilience and help stop the spread, and improving access to safe water and sanitation.
We need you support now more than ever. Our shared work in this critical time will have an impact on the lives of those for generations to come.
2021 Spring Impact Report
"The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the overall physical and mental health of millions of people. Nearly a year into our pandemic response here in Peru, we understand more fully the effect that extended lockdowns and curfews have had on the poor communities where we work," said Ariel Frisancho, CMMB Peru Country Director.
In our 2021 Spring Impact Report. Ariel Frisancho reflects on continuing to serve vulnerable women, children, and their communities—against all odds.Learn More
Our Commitment to Vaccine Equity
CMMB joined WHO’s Vaccine Equity Declaration as a signatory by calling on global, national, and local leaders to accelerate the equitable rollout of vaccines in every country, starting with health workers and those at highest risk for COVID-19. Click here to learn about WHO’s Vaccine Equity Declaration.
Drawing on Catholic social teaching, CMMB joined a coalition of U.S. Catholic organizations to promote vaccine equity in the U.S. and around the world, for people who are underserved or marginalized. Click here to learn about the coalition.
Donate to our Vaccine Equity Fund, which will support our work in raising awareness about the COVID-19 vaccine and mobilizing remote communities to access it.Donate to Vaccine Equity Fund
Addressing the Emotional and Mental Health of Caregivers
In addition to scaling up efforts to equip healthcare workers and facilities with PPE and to provide COVID-19 education to healthcare workers and local communities, CMMB has developed resources and programming to address what has emerged as an unanticipated dimension of the pandemic: the spiritual and emotional toll on healthcare workers and communities.Read More