Father Dr. Peter Salew, director of Don Bosco Youth and Educational Services, in Dimapur, India, is dedicated to providing rehabilitation services for inmates at Dimapur Sub-Jail and Central Jail. Fr. Salew has launched many initiatives at the jails, including skills training for computer application, organic
Salesian missionaries are working to develop more supportive services for people in Cobija, Bolivia. The area has seen continued growth and has nearly 70,000 people. The growth is the result of migration from areas like La Paz, Oruro, and Cochabamba, as well as from the
Salesian Missions joins humanitarian and other international organizations in honoring International Day of Families celebrated each year on May 15. Salesian missionaries around the globe provide for youth and their families who are facing challenges related to poverty, lack of education, hunger, and homelessness.
Throughout the school year, Salesian Technical School in Tainan, Taiwan, focused on developing a green campus. To do this, it held events and educational programming to engage students in meaningful activities. Students recycled garbage on campus, abiding by environmental policies enacted by the government.
The Salesian-run Sacred Heart College, located in Tirupattur in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, hosted a literary festival in collaboration with the District Administration of Tirupattur. The festival featured 60 book shops with thousands of books available for exhibition and sale. The festival aimed
Salesian organizations in Poland and across Europe have opened their doors to those seeking shelter and humanitarian aid. Natalia, a nurse, fled with her three children from the Khmelnytskyi region in western Ukraine and is currently hosted at the Salesian house in Czerwińsk, Poland. She
Salesian Social Platforms has launched the “Agents of Equality” project to educate and empower 20 youth to become agents of equality and work for the prevention of gender-based violence in Madrid, Spain. The project was launched in March and is a collaboration with the Ministry
Youth from the Lakay Don Bosco musical program, which is known as “With our musical instruments we fight violence,” recently put on an event to showcase their talents. There are more than 100 youth involved, who are from Lakay Don Bosco and the surrounding La
Youth at Ekalavya Children’s Home, located in Rajahmundry in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, have access to improved sanitation thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. The project was part of the Salesian Missions “Clean Water Initiative.” The home, which PARA (People’s Action for
Salesian Missions recently launched its annual “Loaves and Fishes” fundraiser which raises funds to ship life-saving aid to more than 130 countries around the globe. Because the cost of shipping critical aid is far less than its value, donations are multiplied many times over. For