Women`s Day Celebration for the Underprivileged

Mumbai, 2017 Mar 10 Over 1400 women from different slum pockets of Mumbai came together to celebrate International Women`s day at a programme organised by Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS) on March 5, at the Don Bosco School campus, Matunga.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

Impacting lives of Children of Migrant Construction Workers
Mumbai, 2017 Feb 01 A seminar was organised by the Don Bosco Research Centre (DBRC) on January 24, to share the findings of their recently concluded study on the children of migrant construction workers in Mumbai. The programme was attended by senior representatives from about 30 NGOs actively involved with construction workers and having extensive grass root coverage in education and health sectors.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

Working for the Rights of Children of Migrant Construction Workers
Mumbai, 2017 Jan 25 On January 20, Don Bosco Research Centre (DBRC), Matunga shared the findings of their recently concluded national study on the children of migrant construction workers.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

Creating Engaging Youth Spaces through the Salesian Youth Movement
Mumbai, 2016 Nov 02 The Youth Ministry Leaders of the Salesians of Don Bosco in South Asia gathered at Don Bosco Provincial House, Matunga on 30th and 31st October, 2016. The purpose of the meeting was to define strategies and engage youth for effective youth services in South Asia.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

World watches Don Bosco Skilling India
Mumbai, 2016 Oct 15 : Six German delegates in top leadership positions back home, stepped out of their comfort zone, to experience the simple life of the poor in India, through a homestay experience.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

Creating a Home of Love and Compassion for the Marginalized Young
Mumbai, 2016 Oct 04 Don Bosco Snehalaya, Gujarat: The work with the marginalised entails that we reach out to them in their particular situation and build a rapport with them. You need to have an open mind set in dealing with these youngsters and one would reach nowhere if we move with a fixed set of ideas. We make initial contact through innovative child friendly approaches and outreach activities. We establish contact with the poor young on the railway platforms, crowded market area, tourist destinations, bus stands, etc. Contact is also made through telephone hotlines like the 'Child Line' where any child in distress can call and receive help. Once the initial contact is made they are provided a place to rest and given protection from violence and abuse, as well as given food and clothing.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

RMG - A Salesian Response to 2030 Agenda!
Mumbai, 2016 Sep 29 (ANS - Rome) - On the first anniversary of the acceptance by the United Nations of the Sustainable Development Agenda till 2030, Don Bosco Network is launching A Salesian Response to the 2030 Agenda, emphasizing the commitment of Don Bosco organizations to the advancement of "poor and abandoned youth".  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

Encouraging Farmers to Fish
Mumbai, 2016 Sep 08 Bosco Samajik Vikas Sanstha (BSVS) has constructed four new check dams and repaired nine check dams in Jawhar and Mokhada Talukas of Palghar district, Maharashtra. Work commenced in April this year and was completed by May 31. All the dams are filled with water and it is expected to remain throughout the year.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

Philosophical Symposium discusses Liberalization in India
Hyderabad, 2016 Sep 04 The annual philosophical symposium based on the theme of 'Liberalization in India' held at St John's Regional Seminary, Kondadaba witnessed a lively intellectual fervent among the students even before it actually began. The talks and discussions carried out an audit of the ongoing phenomenon from an ecological and political perspective, with alternatives being proposed from the common man's experience. The event took place on September 2, 2016 and was facilitated by Prof. Dr V.B.T. Sundari, from the Department of History, St Joseph's College, Waltair, Andra Pradesh.  Read More »

56 children celebrate Green signal at Palam Traffic
Mumbai, 2016 Aug 26 On New Year`s Eve in Delhi, Father Koshy stopped at the red signal at Palam fly on his way back from office. He saw a little girl playing with coins and then rushing with joy to the red signal. She was begging at the traffic signal of Palam. He noticed many more children joyfully rushing to the road at the turn of the red light.  Read More »
Joaquim Fernandes

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