Forty students attending the Salesian oratory in the community of Santa Chiarra in Palermo, Italy, had access to school supplies, including tablets for online learning as well as pens, pencils and notebooks thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. The funding also covered the costs
Salesian Missions joins humanitarian and other international organizations in honoring World Health Day 2021. The theme for World Health Day 2021 is “Building a fairer, healthier world” and highlights the inequalities in health and access to health services. These inequalities have been more apparent during
Salesian volunteers with Holy Child Auxilium School, operated by Salesian Sisters in New Delhi, India, organized a program for children who work in brick kilns. Funds were raised to buy food for more than 200 children. The Salesian community in Jhajjar provides education and help
Pedro Eduardo Valdés Sierra, a mechatronics engineering student at the Don Bosco Technological Institute in Saltillo, Mexico, earned an internship at Tesla in California. Sierra credits his education at the Don Bosco Technological Institute for his chance to work in the United States.
Salesian Missions joins humanitarian organizations and the international community in celebrating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, which is celebrated each year on April 6. In honor of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, Salesian Missions highlights sports programs
There are five students who are deaf attending and excelling at the Don Bosco Technical Institute in New Delhi, India. Despite challenges they may encounter, the students who are deaf are inspiration for other students by leading by example to show that anyone who dares
Youth from the St. John Bosco Parish attend activities at the Salesian oratory in Suva, Fiji. They participate in sports, games, socializing with their peers and meetings—all providing opportunities to make new friends. Given the number of youth coming from the villages of Muanikoso and
With 10 years of war, an ongoing pandemic, inflation and unemployment, Syria is faced with many challenges and difficulties, but Salesian missionaries recently saw a ray of hope when the community came together to support a young woman from the Salesian oratory in Aleppo with
Youth attending the Salesian-run Notre Dame de Clairvaux in Ivato, Madagascar, were provided nutritional support for two months thanks to funding received from donors through Salesian Missions. In addition to school and job training, more than 1,000 meals are provided each weekday.
Two new classrooms and a corridor have been added through a construction project at the Topater School in the city of El Alto, Bolivia. The project was part of the “Strengthening the Topater Educational Unit” initiative.