Students attending Salesian schools and programs in Haiti received donated tote bags from World Vision thanks to a partnership with Salesian Missions. The bags were provided in March 2022 to the Rinaldi Foundation, the Salesian planning and development office, and distributed to 14 Salesian programs
Salesians and volunteers in Andria, Italy, have been supporting youth in need. On March 11-12, they held a solidarity event to accept donations of various goods. On April 11, a group of fourth-grade children from the Salesian oratory visited the Lorenzo Bonomo Hospital pediatrics ward
Don Bosco Youth Center, located in the Nkol’Afeme community in Yaoundé, Cameroon, offers programs for youth in the region. Due to instability in the western part of the country, the population near the center has grown considerably through migration. As a result, the center provides
Salesian volunteers with Operation Mato Grosso delivered 300 food baskets to families in various Xavante villages in Campinápolis, Brazil. The villages are served by the Salesian St. Dominic Savio Parish and the initiative was made possible thanks to donations, mainly from Italy.
Nearly 1,400 people in Peru benefited from a donation from ASAP – Tools for Empowerment thanks to a partnership with Salesian Missions. Don Bosco Foundation received the donation and distributed it to seven Salesian organizations in 2022.
Close to 800 youth at 30 tuition (study) centers in India have been supported thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. The centers provide school support for poor and disadvantaged students. At the centers, students are encouraged to study, improve their reading, writing and speaking
More than 1,400 youth participating in three Salesian programs in Eswatini are benefiting from furniture thanks to a donation secured by Salesian Missions. The furniture was provided by Furniture Reuse Solutions, which has a commitment to sustainability and societal benefit.
Salesian Missions joins humanitarian and other international organizations in honoring the 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.
Teach for Nepal held a five-day training program called “Learning Camp” at Don Bosco Institute Thecho in Kathmandu to help end education inequality. This is the 10th anniversary of the camp. The group is working with students to provide two-year teaching fellowships at government schools
Salesian missionaries live and work among the refugees at Palabek Refugee Resettlement Camp in Uganda. While other humanitarian organizations provide services to the camp, the Salesians are the only ones living there among the people. They have been supporting refugees since the opening of the