Salesian Missions joins humanitarian organizations and the international community in honoring World Toilet Day. Celebrated each year on Nov. 19, the day brings the world’s attention to the global needs of sanitation and marks the founding of the World Toilet Organization which started on Nov.
Two graduates of the Don Bosco College of Engineering, located in Fatorda in the Indian state of Goa, have successfully turned their academic project into a start-up business. They created the Glusher 1.0, a glass crusher that can turn glass into powder.
Salesian missionaries from Don Bosco Gumbo, who are hosting more than 10,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in a camp in Juba, Gumbo, South Sudan, received food aid thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. Salesians are providing food, shelter, sanitation facilities, medical care and education.
The Salesian-run FUSALMO and the Salesian Technical Institute Ricaldone, both located in San Salvador, El Salvador, were able to provide nutritional support to youth, families and students thanks to partnerships Salesian Missions has with Rise Against Hunger and Feed My Starving Children.
The University Clinic for Women and Children Santa Rita de Casia, part of the Catholic University of the Dry Tropics in Estelí, Nicaragua, is working to improve medical care for people with limited economic resources in the northern zone. This project was made possible thanks
Salesian missionaries are continuing to help support youth and their families while conditions grow more perilous because of the year-long armed conflict in the Tigray region between the Ethiopian army and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front. Salesians are helping and providing aid to close to
Many wine makers have graduated from the Salesian Center in Rodeo del Medio, Argentina, and work around the globe. Youth come away from the program learning the value of the winemaking work and have a respect for nature. The center has constantly evolved over its
Salesian Missions has launched its Annual Food Distribution Appeal, enabling donors to multiply their gift many times over by turning a $1 donation into $20 of critical nutrition. Thanks to ongoing partnerships with international humanitarian aid organizations that donate the food—and the established, trusted presence
The Salesian Père Michael Training Center in Bamako, the capital and largest city of Mali, is bringing joy, providing education, and cultivating peace among children and older youth. The center keeps its doors open all day and provides support to hundreds of youth from the
Salesian missionaries in Brazil provide education and social support to Indigenous communities and help to support those living in poverty and at risk of social exclusion. Salesian Brother Tarley Nunes da Mata, the head of the Indigenous Documentation Center in Campinápolis, in the Brazilian state