Salesian organizations across India are working to help those impacted by the growing swell of COVID-19 infections and resulting strain on medical facilities in the country. Salesian missionaries, who have been working in the country long before the pandemic, are helping families in need.
More than 300 youth, ages 5-17, play sports and learn values thanks to the two socio-sports schools the Real Madrid Foundation set up in Senegal with the collaboration of the Salesian Mission office in Madrid, Spain. The programs are hosted at Salesian schools in Thies
Techo Pinardi, part of the Don Bosco Project in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, offers a center for adolescents living on the city streets. Most of the youth who come to the center have left their homes because they suffered violence or abandonment by their parents and
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. For every dollar donated, Salesian Missions is able to ship $14 worth of critical goods to its programs. The fundraising
The Salesian Tijuana Project has been providing services to migrants and poor youth living on the border between Mexico and the U.S. for 34 years. Every month, 30,000 people access food, medical and psychological services, legal advice, sports, cultural activities, and basic education.
Salesian Tuwe Wafundi School of Trades holds conference for young women leaders
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(MissionNewswire) The Salesian Tuwe Wafundi School of Trades, part of the Don Bosco Center in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), welcomed 21 girls and
Don Bosco Agro-Mechanical Technology Center (known locally as Don Bosco Legazpi), located in Banquerohan, Legazpi City, Philippines, had the funding to purchase 1,000 chickens thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. The chickens will produce eggs to sell to generate an income as part of
Salesian missionaries in Oaxaca, Mexico, have provided 1,000 Catholic Bibles to 24 Chinanteca Indigenous communities thanks to Koch Foundation funding secured by Salesian Missions. This project facilitates scriptural study and faith formation among the local population even when an ordained minister cannot be present.
Lakay Don Bosco was established in 1988 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, by an Italian Salesian priest. Father Attilio Stra launched the project to respond to the needs of marginalized children and older youth who live on the streets in serious risk. For more than 30 years,
The Salesian Institute Youth Projects’ Waves of Change in Cape Town, South Africa, has been assisting unemployed youth and young adults in finding work in the fishing industry. Requiring minimal levels of education, jobs in the fishing industry can provide a significant income, a stable