DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES
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In this poor area in Jalpaiguri, the local people, mostly day laborers, asked the Bishop for a local accessible hospital. In 2003 the Daughters of Charity began preparing for this ministry which finally opened the small health center known as Bishop James Memorial Rural Health Care Center in 2006, which includes outpatient facilities. The district in predominantly...
Since 1918, the Daughters of Charity have been providing education to the children of poor laborers in Pereyra, Argentina. Initially, the Sisters taught skills training to young girls and boarded them due to lack of transportation in the isolated surroundings. Today, the Sisters provide kindergarten, primary and secondary classes to over 800 students at the Daughters...
Tunisia in Northern Africa is a transit route to Europe. It welcomes Sub-Saharan migrants from Maghreb and the Middle East, specifically Algeria, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Morocco, Mali, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria, and other countries. Migrants are not considered part of the population, even if they settle in Tunisia for years. About 60 migrants arrive per month and...
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>