The Salesian-run Opera Don Bosco Onlus Foundation in Milan, Italy, has launched a new global appeal to help create an infirmary to take care of the girls living in the Laga Laura Vicuña Orphanage in East Timor. The orphanage houses 104 girls aged 6-17. The
Rádio Dom (Radio Don Bosco) is an online radio station established by Salesian missionaries and students Curitiba, Brazil. Youth produce the majority of the content. Rádio Dom also supports youth in detention centers, who are able to express themselves and learn skills.
Don Bosco Fambul staff members are using what they learned during Ebola to prevent coronavirus infections in Sierra Leone. One of the first steps was to turn their headquarters into a first-aid base and transfer youth who were not infected to other buildings. The bus
BMW Group Thailand and Don Bosco Technological College have had an ongoing service apprentice program since 2017. The partnership teaches automotive skills, meeting the international standards in the field. Salesian missionaries know the local economy and develop strategic partnerships to help educate poor youth in
The collaboration between the Salesian Vocational Training School in Sesto San Giovanni, a commune in Milan, Italy, and Yamaha Motor Italia established during the 2019-20 school year has already brought about a positive impact. Two students, Michele Musolino and Marco Crippa, obtained a technical diploma from the
On Sept. 21, Salesian Missions joins humanitarian organizations and countries around the globe by celebrating the International Day of Peace—with this year’s theme of “Shaping Peace Together” calling for compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the global pandemic.
Salesian missionaries in Nigeria are responding with aid and prevention measures for those impacted by the pandemic. Five communities in northern Nigeria are being provided clean water access for drinking water and hand-washing. At a hospital for mothers and children, there is an awareness program
Don Bosco School Mebo, in Arunachal Pradesh, India, has clean water access thanks to funding received by Salesian Missions "Clean Water Initiative," which enabled it to build underground water tanks to harvest rainwater. Water tanks are completed at the school and near the boys’ hostel.
Following safety protocols, 136 Salesian schools throughout Spain started again, educating more than 95,000 students and employing thousands of teachers and staff members. Salesian teachers and staff members worked over their summer holiday to prepare for the new school year, including how to address some
Salesian missionaries with Don Bosco Navajeevan, located in Hyderabad, India, launched a training course during the pandemic lockdown which teaches people how to make bread and sweets. The project is known as “Chiguru sweets cart for sustainable development." This new training has created new paths