Don Bosco Tech ITI, located in Krishnanagar, West Bengal, India, has partnered with LTIMindtree Foundation for the “Skills for Dignity” project, which will provide skills training for 400 youth in West Bengal, Meghalaya, Arunachal, Mizoram and Assam.
Salesian missionaries at the St. Joseph Vocational Technical School in Khartoum, Sudan, have been forced to leave the school due to the advance of paramilitaries and the ongoing insecurity in the area. Salesians across the country have been responding and providing support for the most
Salesian missionaries with the East Delegation of the Central Africa Province, in collaboration with the Salesian-run International Volunteering for Development (VIS), have been focused on providing food rations and other support for those who have been displaced and are seeking shelter in the Democratic Republic
Salesian missionaries, with the support of the Salesian International Volunteering for Development (VIS), are committed to helping Eritrea’s reforestation process. A recent grant to VIS from the headquarters of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation will provide funding to plant 2,000 native trees on one
Salesian missionaries in Egypt have been offering training to assist refugees in gaining the skills needed for employment or self-employment through the Sunrise Project for Cairo’s Urban Refugees and Vulnerable Hosts since 2014. The project continued during the September 2021-2022 funding cycle and was made
Salesians in Spain are expecting close to 15,000 youth will take part in summer activities including camps and educational courses. These will be possible thanks to the involvement of 300 Salesians and more than 2,750 youth leaders who dedicate part of their vacation to support
Salesian Missions joins humanitarian organizations and the international community in celebrating World Youth Skills Day, celebrated each year on July 15 since 2014. The United Nations designated the day as a way to bring greater awareness of the importance of technical and vocational education and
The Don Bosco Institute (Don Bosco Thecho) in Kathmandu, Nepal, recently held a 50-day summer vocational program for 140 students from 14 districts in the country. The program, which started April 23, ended with the graduation ceremony where students received their certificate of skills training.
Salesian missionaries with Bosco Global have launched a project to provide 80 Indigenous artisan women in Ecuador with vocational training to improve artisanal processes, management and entrepreneurship. The women from the parishes of Salinas, Simiatug and Facundo Vela sell their products under the Warmi Ruray
Salesian missionaries are working to address child malnutrition in camps for those internally displaced in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.* Salesians in Goma and the surrounding areas are supporting people who have been displaced because of ongoing conflict. The conflict has left more than