DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
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INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES
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This 3 year project will reach marginalized women and children living in 20 villages surrounding Dansiri, India who are living in poverty. As gender inequity is a serious problem in India, females lack education and are often considered “invisible in society.” Because the need for health care is urgent due to inadequate health care facilities and unhygienic...
The Daughters of Charity have been caring for abused and abandoned girls at the St. Vincent Home in the City of Los Angeles, Chile for 65 years. Orphaned girls born at the Los Angeles Hospital were and are taken in by the Sisters at St. Vincent. Young girls and teenagers who are marginalized, victims of abuse in their own households or from the street also are...
Ethiopia is one of the countries in Africa where leprosy is endemic. Every year up to 5,000 new cases report to health clinic and 9-14% become disabled because they delayed coming for treatment. Also known as Hansen’s disease, this is a curable condition; however because of the prejudice and the related stigma, persons affected by leprosy have been vulnerable...
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>