Don Bosco Industrial Training Institute in Madurai, India, hosted an annual state-level soccer tournament in October, which featured 75 teams from different districts of Tamil Nadu. The tournament, which had not been held the last two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, brought together hundreds
Salesian missionaries have launched a new Youth and Education Center in Suva, Fiji. The center includes a multipurpose community space, open areas for learning and a community garden. The space creates a central hub where youth can meet in a safe environment to connect with
The Salesian School Sector, which provides education in the Dominican Republic, has launched the “Syllabus of the Salesian Ecological Movement: Integral Ecology, Reflection and Action for the Care of the Common Home.” The document proposes two years of education aimed at ecological awareness and helping
Don Bosco College and Vocational Technical Center Salelologa, located on the Savai’i island in Samoa, provides training so local youth have an opportunity to gain skills for employment. Beyond education, the center is used for multipurpose community events, and it plays an important role providing
The Salesian St. Isidore School, located in Las Piedras, Uruguay, launched a Forest of Hope in celebration of its 140 years in operation. A celebratory event kicked off the project, and students taking the agronomy course explained how they are carrying out the project which
Salesian missionaries have developed the St. Joseph’s Farm, in Sagamu, Nigeria, thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. The farm is a center for training, research and production on 25 hectares of land acquired by the Salesians. Forty farmers received training in better methods of
Salesian missionaries are responding after devastating floods and subsequent mudslides impacted the Indian state of Kerala, which claimed at least 27 lives and displaced thousands of people. The rain started on Oct. 15 and while rainfall has subsided, landslides and floods across multiples districts are
Salesian missionaries with Don Bosco Youth Institute in Karjat, India, have cultivated land and planted fruit trees, spices and medicinal plants. Don Bosco Youth Institute, a skills training center for poor youth, is located on a 67-acre property.
Salesian centers in Quetta and Lahore, Pakistan, offer quality education and an innovative teaching style. More than 1,000 students from disadvantaged families attend Salesian schools. Salesians first started providing education in Pakistan in 1998, and today, their centers are considered some of the best education
Don Bosco Youth Services in Mumbai, India, hosted The Young Green Researchers Conference to culminate the month-long Season of Creation initiatives facilitated by the Salesian Youth Movement. The conference encouraged 20 youth to launch small environmental research projects.