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>
Eleme, is the location of the first oil refinery in Nigeria. Petroleum workers, tanker drivers, traders, and hawkers populate the area, and a prevalence of prostitution has created a situation of many pregnant teenage girls. These girls are lured into prostitution because of the intense poverty into which they are born and the prospect of a continuing difficult...
The village of El Porvenir is one of the poorest in Cochabamba, Bolivia. The only prior source of water for the local people was obtained from barrels delivered on trucks to the community. Each family paid about $3.40 for 1000 liters of water that was often unsafe and contaminated. Yet, until this water project was completed, the people had no other option....
The population of Ajaltoun, Lebanon, is predominantly poverty level or middle class. It is comprised of displaced persons impacted by civil war who lost their possessions, resources and employment. Consequently, many poor families do not have money to pay for their children’s education. The Daughters of Charity operate the only free primary school in the area,...