DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES
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>
In December of 2011, Typhoon Sendong wreaked havoc and brought grief and loss to thousands of families in Iligan, Cagayan de Oro and Negros Oriental in the Philippines. The Daughters of Charity arrived on December 22 of that year and began working at evacuation centers. The Sisters engaged in short-term crisis intervention and relief operations, including distribution...
Since 1972, the Daughters of Charity in the extreme North of Cameroon have offered special care for maternal and infantile protection. Later, in an effort to resolve the urgencies of malnutrition among the village children – which often leads to opportunistic illnesses such as tuberculosis, mycosis, diarrhea, bronchitis and malaria – the Sisters opened the...
When the Daughters of Charity initially arrived in Alcala they began working in elementary education. In 2004, the Sisters embarked upon a new project, which included The Mother of God Montserrat Center that serves 62 children with disabilities, ages 15 months to 18 years old. Services include physical therapy, nutritional support, and psychological and social...