DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY
OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
INTERNATIONAL PROJECT SERVICES
for Ghana’s Street Persons
The Daughters of Charity in Wejherowo manage a Social Welfare Home for children living with disabilities and the elderly. They currently offer 24-hour care for a total of 115 people, including 32 children living with mental disabilities and 83 persons who are chronically ill. Most residents have limited mobility and are unable to move between building floors...
Established within the “Hospice of San Jose” complex, which is one of the oldest and most respected charitable institutions in the Philippines, the Daughters of Charity operate a highly effective Livelihood and Skills Training Center. Through their skills empowerment program the Sisters deliver training programs including courses in baking, cooking, housekeeping...
Families in Circasia residing in “shanty towns” live in extreme poverty and are among the most marginalized in the area. Parents are typically only able to find sporadic and informal work. Moreover, many mothers are unable to work traditional jobs since they have the responsibility to watch their children during the day. Consequently, families in this area...
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>