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During the coronavirus pandemic, San Juan Bosco Salesian Institute in Granada, Nicaragua, is continuing to provide quality education to its students with technology for online education. The process has been complex because it also required engagement from parents. The Salesian Institute monitors progress of online

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Sacred Heart Parish in the Diocese of Ebebiyín in Equatorial Guinea has clean, fresh water in the village of Okong-Oyeck thanks to a Salesian Missions “Clean Water Initiative” project. The water well project is one of 18 planned for the area once funding is secured.

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Radio Salesian, based out of Salesian College Sonada in Darjeeling, India, has been selected by India’s Community Radio Association as a partner to raise awareness about COVID-19 through a national project sponsored by UNICEF. Titled “Mission Corona,” the five-month initiative will feature a 25-minute weekly

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The Salesian-run FUSALMO, located in the municipality of Soyapango, El Salvador, launched an online educational platform called Transforma for both students and teachers. Around 3,000 children and young people will benefit from this service. Transforma offers virtual learning with games, educational advice, assignments and tasks.

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Don Bosco Foundation continues to provide services under its “Care and Prevention” program for at-risk children in Santiago, Chile, thanks to donor funding from Salesian Missions. Salesian staff received professional development training, youth were able to access programs and others indirectly benefited from the project.

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Students at the Don Bosco Kilimanjaro International Institute for Telecommunications, Electronics and Computers, located in Arusha, Tanzania, have clean water access thanks to Salesian Missions donors. Through Salesian Missions “Clean Water Initiative," Don Bosco Kilimanjaro was able to drill a borehole and test water capacity,

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Salesian missionaries with Don Bosco House in Ivato, Madagascar, are helping poor and disadvantaged families, supporting them with donations of food and medicines, and assisting them in building small houses. The project has helped 70 families and a foster family home with around 25 children.

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