Bosco Youth Reach Out in Lusaka, Zambia, has launched a new song with former participants from the “Amplifying the Arts” project. The project provided an opportunity for cultural exchange through arts programming and was funded by Salesian Missions from a grant it received from the U.S.
Don Bosco College Panjim and the Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry have signed a memorandum of agreement to implement development programs, along with promote innovation and entrepreneurship. This will increase the development of skills and collaboration between schools and industries.
Salesian missionaries living and working at Palabek Refugee Resettlement Camp in Uganda have been able to provide food aid and other critical supplies to people at the camp thanks to funding sent in November 2020 from Salesian Missions.
Don Bosco International recently participated in a meeting held by the Platform of Fundamental Rights, a body of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, based in Vienna, Austria. At the meeting “Human rights in challenging times—a way forward,” Salesians held the session “Promoting the
On International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers, Salesian Missions highlights how former child soldiers overcome the traumas of war and rebuild their lives through Salesian programs.
Salesian missionaries and the Real Madrid Foundation recently celebrated 10 years of providing socio-sport education. The collaboration has benefited more than 20,000 youth in Africa, Central and South America, and Europe over the past decade.
Salesian missionaries with Retreat-Don Bosco in Yercaud, India, have launched the second round of training for the “CALLS” program. The program provides farming assistance in tribal communities so residents have enough food to eat. Due to the pandemic, residents have seen poverty and hunger on
The Don Bosco Child Protection Center in Lagos, Nigeria, is able to provide ongoing support for 25 boys thanks to funding received from Salesian Missions. The center provides care for boys, ages 7 to 15, who were living on the streets, had faced physical abuse
The “Brilliant mothers – Empowerment of single-parent female families” project facilitated by SolSal (Salesian Social Service) has been awarded the “Social Value Award” by the Cepsa Foundation. The project addresses parenting, along with personal, social, and professional challenges through an integrated approach.
Don Bosco Technical and Vocational Training Centers in the southern Philippines are providing a blended learning environment for students and teachers during the 2020-2021 school year, thanks in part to funding received from Salesian Missions.