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Indigenous community members protesting for the rights of the country’s most vulnerable are facing a crackdown and repression by government forces. In response, the Salesian Polytechnic University campus in Quito has opened its doors to welcome and assist more than 3,000 indigenous people from all

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Rebuilding from a powerful earthquake that left tens of thousands homeless continues in Ecuador, long after other humanitarian aid has left. Around the country, Salesian missionaries continue to inaugurate new school buildings, care for homeless children and provide college-level education to indigenous students.

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More than 5,000 people visit Salesian oratories in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, every week. Many border towns like Ciudad Juárez feel the dire consequences of social and political tensions between the U.S. and Mexico. Salesian missionaries have increased cooperation between the Salesian Province of Mexico-Guadalajara and

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(MissionNewswire) Salesian missionaries in Peru recently opened a new oratory for more than 300 young children, older youth and mothers from the city of Cusco, a city in the Peruvian Andes, and the surrounding area. The oratory was inaugurated at the Salesian College in Cusco

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