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
Don Bosco Boys Town (also known as Bosco Boys), located in Nairobi, Kenya, provides education and technical skills training to former street children and is currently serving more than 600 boys and girls. Bosco Boys also has a reception and rehabilitation center known as Bosco
DiBosco Coffee, located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, is an initiative launched by Mr. Phaisan, who graduated from Don Bosco Technical School in Bangkok 20 years ago. Since then, Phaisan has focused his life on the three things he loves most—coffee, serving the poor and supporting
The Don Bosco Health Center in Gumbo, South Sudan, is caring for the sick while working to help prevent coronavirus. Gumbo is located at the center of 20 villages along the left bank of the Nile River. With no hospitals or dispensaries in any of
Salesian missionaries with the Institution for Cultural and Rural Development (I-CARD) based at Jorhat, Assam, India, are providing clean water access thanks to funding from Salesian Missions “Clean Water Initiative.” The project provided hand water pumps, clean drinking water and toilets for families in the
Salesian missionaries have launched a support program to help vulnerable farmers in Ashaiman, Ghana, who have been affected by the rising cost and shortage of supplies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. About 45 farming families have been provided with seeds, agricultural tools, fertilizers and various
Don Bosco Fambul in Sierra Leone has received an award from Action for Youth and Children Network as the best humanitarian organization of Sierra Leone. Don Bosco Fambul has been on the forefront of efforts to help save young women who have faced abuse and
The EcoClub, which was started in 2018 at the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Panama, engages in initiatives to help the environment. It has installed recycling points throughout the institution and held a week for internal recycling, which collected more than 3,500 kg of material.