Salesian missionaries in Peru have launched a broad array of initiatives to help those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the most significant raised enough funding to purchase four oxygen concentrators and 104 oxygen cylinders for those with COVID-19 within the Salesian Province of
Bosco Global operates the Foyer Jean XXIII Education and Formation Center in Kara, Togo, which provides education and support to 183 youth at risk of social exclusion. The center ensures youth gain an education and find and retain employment.
Youth attending the St. John Bosco Parish, which is part of the Don Bosco Youth Center in Rundu, Namibia, have access to clean, safe water through the installation of a new water tank thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. The project, part of the
The environmental and conservation efforts of Don Bosco City in Medellín, Colombia, were recently highlighted in an article in Vatican News. Don Bosco City has launched a number of planting and farming initiatives. Don Bosco City has also developed a number of food security projects
Salesian missionaries with Assumption Church, located in Pezzonipet, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India, were able to hold a marriage preparation program thanks to funding from Salesian Missions. To date, six programs have been held, impacting 531 young people over a period of one year.
To mark World Refugee Day on June 20, Salesian Missions is proud to highlight programs around the globe that provide life-changing education and support for refugees and internally displaced people in need. In countries around the globe, Salesian missionaries are assisting close to 400,000 refugees and
Don Bosco Agro-Mechanical Technology Center (known locally as Don Bosco Legazpi), located in Banquerohan, Legazpi City, Philippines, is helping a new generation of farmers prepare for the future. The technical vocational school offers skills training and a farm development program to help youth and local
Salesian missionaries in India are continuing to help those impacted by the deadly second wave of COVID-19. Across India, Salesian organizations provide food kits and baskets to ensure those living in poverty have proper nutrition.
Don Bosco Didia Secondary School, located in Shinyanga, Tanzania, has been able to complete a construction project for new bathrooms at the school thanks to funding from the Salesian Missions “Clean Water Initiative.”
Salesian missionaries working and living in Peru reaffirmed their commitment to work for the construction of a more democratic, just and supportive nation. Through this process, they focused on four “flags” (priority areas) for their work. The first is their commitment to youth and people