DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES
|Vatican Water and Hygiene Initiative
At the Home for the Elderly and Disabled Children in Wejherowo, Poland, the Daughters of Charity provide patient care for a total of 115 individuals, many of whom need professional 24-hour healthcare. The youth and adult patients have varying levels of education, but most have only completed primary school. Residents largely have low incomes or are living off...
Lack of food, poor sanitation, and unclean water are serious health risks for persons living in Dembidollo. Access to health care services is especially difficult for those who are marginalized and living in remote areas. In response, the local Daughters of Charity provide diverse vital health care services to prevent disease, treat the sick, and educate the...
Arriving in Joaboatao in 1932, the Daughters of Charity first provided education for poor girls, and later a boarding school for girls. Now these facilities, The Village of the Miraculous Medal Institution, are used for multiple social services and for education via St. Catherine Laboure School, which is housed in building. It also houses retreats, formation,...
Daughters of Charity International Project Services was established to help the Sisters in developing countries to carry out their mission of service to those who are poor. LEARN MORE>