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Ecuador

Ecuador

Salesian Missions in Ecuador are giving the poor valuable resources and support needed to overcome the country's extreme injustice and inequity. The gap between rich and poor is huge: the top 20% receive 50% of the nation's income, while the bottom 20% earn a mere 5%. More than a million children – 18% of the total workforce – must work to support their families. And 26% of the nation's children under age 5 have stunted growth – in some regions, it's as high as 47%.

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Developing Life Skills through Sports

From the moment he first began working with young, marginalized youth living on the streets of Turin, Italy, Saint John Bosco understood the transformational power of recreation in their lives. “Let [children] have full liberty

The ‘largest private provider of vocational and technical training in the world’

Salesian Missions reports on programs around the globe that represent the unique workforce development focus of the Salesians of Don Bosco NEW ROCHELLE, NY (Jan. 17, 2017) The Salesians of Don Bosco is widely considered the larges

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Agriculture Training Programs

Salesian Missions includes agriculture in its vocational training programs – to ensure that youth of Rwanda learn better agricultural practices as well as keep the school self-sustaining in the face of the country’s food shortages.

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Feed a Child

Salesian Missions includes agriculture in its vocational training programs – to ensure that youth of Rwanda learn better agricultural practices as well as keep the school self-sustaining in the face of the country’s food shortages.

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Technology Program

Salesian Missions includes agriculture in its vocational training programs – to ensure that youth of Rwanda learn better agricultural practices as well as keep the school self-sustaining in the face of the country’s food shortages.

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