Don Bosco Development Society, the planning and development office in Mumbai Province of India, provides health education for disadvantaged children and youth. From providing health education and launching awareness campaigns to providing food relief and hygiene items, Salesians are working to support those most in
The Salesian Center in Lisbon, Portugal, created the SolSal (Salesian Social Service) to provide support to vulnerable children and older youth, along with their families, to promote their well-being and autonomy. Currently, the organization serves 114 families, 28 percent of whom are migrant families from
Salesian missionaries are able to offer training to assist refugees in gaining the skills needed for employment or self-employment in Egypt, thanks to funding from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM) through a Salesian technical and vocational training center
Don Bosco Nerul, located in Mumbai, India, has installed a community refrigerator to provide food and snacks for those facing hunger and have nowhere else to turn. Salesian missionaries are calling this initiative Don Bosco Cares.
“Youth movements are shaping global trends” is one the three key opportunities identified in the Global Humanitarian Overview 2021 from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). The opportunity comes at a time when youth are facing increasing difficulties, according to
Salesian missionaries held an online graduation ceremony for graduates of the Salesian Technical and Vocational Training Center management course. The course was specifically designed to improve the skills of those teaching in Salesian schools. Their work is vital to their students’ success both in and
Salesian missionaries are helping 2,600 families after the Suba River, near the St. Joseph Worker Salesian Parish, caused flash flooding in Victorias City, Philippines. The flooding resulted in the destruction of homes and many people lost everything.
Don Bosco Anbu Illam, located in Salem, India, has reunited a 22-year-old Meganathan Kumar with his parents, Vijaya and Thangaraja, after a long separation. Kumar and his younger brother had been taken from their parents by the owner of a brick kiln due to a
Jean-Claude Michaël Imani is a 17-year-old young man who had a second chance at life thanks to the Don Bosco Center in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. After life on the street, Imani began life at the center, which provides shelter, education and family
Don Bosco House, located in Americana in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, recently provided more than 2,000 toys to children in need. The donation event was created to provide children a chance for play and happiness during this difficult time.