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The Caritas Pro Vitae Gradu Charitable Trust is looking for support from private donors in order to participate in the projects it has selected.
Projects needing attention
Catholic Eparchial Secretariat Keren (CESKS) – in Eritrea
The Catholic Eparchial Secretariat Keren (CESK) was established in 1996 to coordinate the socio-pastoral services of the Eparchy (Diocese) of Keren to help respond to the emerging needs of the people. CESK has seven program departments: Women Development Department, Health Department, Education Department, Pastoral Department, HIV & AIDS Department, Development…Go to project
Open Hospitals Project in Syria – AVSI
The most recent estimates (OCHA data) state that 13.5 million Syrians are in need of aid, and 11.5 million of them have no access to health care; 40% of these are children. The Open Hospital Project started from the observation that the three existing Catholic hospitals in Syria were not…Go to project
Messengers of Peace school for refugees run by Father Khalil Jaar – Amman, Jordan
The school for refugees run by Father Khalil Jaar was set up to accompany the refugee children and their families who had to flee from Iraq in 2014 and to wait for a visa to go to other countries. Father Jaar set up this free school for children in 2014…Go to project
Mother Francisca Lechner Health Unit in Uganda
The Mother Francisca Lechner health unit belongs to the Congregation of the Daughters of Divine Charity since 1999 and provides medical services to the local population of 31’574 poor farmers in the rural area of the Ntungamo district in Uganda. The current health unit provides mainly out-patient services; ante-natal care…Go to project
The Chiulo Catholic Hospital in Angola
Managed by Doctors with Africa - CUAMM. The Missionary Catholic Hospital of Chiulo, situated in the Ombadja Municipality in Angola is the referral health facility for approximately 306.550 persons. The hospital is owned by the Dioceses of Ombadja and is administered by the congregation of Sisters “Daughters of Africa”. As…Go to project
Espace Saint Julien in Laval, France
Espace Saint Julien is a place of life where more than 300 people will be welcomed each day. From the beginning, the goal of the volunteers involved in this project was to serve the common good by offering the most vulnerable people a living environment conducive to benevolent, complementary and…Go to project
Bethlehem University is the only Catholic university in Palestine with faculties of Arts, Science, Business Administration, Nursing, Education, and an Institute of Hotel Management and Tourism. The Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences has an outstanding reputation, and the University is building a new facility which will help the Faculty…Go to project
Ethiopian Catholic University in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
The Ethiopian Catholic University of St. Thomas Aquinas “ECUSTA” managed by the LA SALLE Congregation seeks to become a reputable international training institution. Recognizing the need for strong and visionary African leadership, the former Ethiopian Prime Minister, Sir Hon. Meles Zenawi, in 1997 asked Pope St. John Paul II to…Go to project
Scalabrini Centers in Latin America
The Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN) is helping Venezuelan migrants and refugees in Latin America providing food, shelter, medical care, psychological counseling, education and other critical services.Several centers have been set up in Latin America, in Cucuta, Tacna, Arica, Manaus, Santiago of Chile, Porto Alegra and Lima.Go to project
La Salle Secondary School Rumbek, South Sudan
The school is in Rumbek, Lakes State, South Sudan, the world’s youngest nation that became independent in 2011 after a long and bloody war with northern Sudan. Due to the ongoing civil war, started in 2013, many of the already insufficient educational infrastructures have been destroyed or misappropriated and converted…Go to project