DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES
|Rosalie Rendu Projects
Youth unemployment, domestic violence, illiteracy, drug abuse, and exploitation of children are just some of the serious challenges that those residing in the town of Peja face. Poor economic conditions compound this struggle which has resulted in a large number of persons who lack health care. As many suffer from treatable diseases and life-threatening conditions,...
In response to long energy cuts lasting 12 hours a day and extremely high fuel expenses, this solar energy project will promote renewable, efficient energy for three Daughter of Charity schools so the children are able to learn effectively. The large scale plan will be implemented at The Orphanage and Free School at St. Charles Achrafieh, St. Joseph Free School,...
The Daughters of Charity manage Marillac Hostel located in Puni Pfosemai where they offer boarding for poor children, especially assisting those who are from single parent families or orphans. Currently, the vehicle serving the institution is over 6 years old and requires regular repairs. Maintenance costs have become extremely high and the poor state of both...
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