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Bosco Seva Kendra Reaches 7,20,000 People through Humanitarian Service
12/06/2021.  Hyderabad #N.9694
Posted by YERRAMANENI Baly, Hyderabad
News in Development Office, Marginalized, Migrants


Bosco Seva Kendra (BSK), the planning and development office of the Salesian Province of Hyderabad, through its 32 Don Bosco institutions and 121 Civil Society Organizations, spread across the Telugu states, has reached out to 7,20,000 people from March 26, 2020, to date, with the generous support of benefactors, donor agencies and corporate partners. . Read More

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Meals on Wheels by BOSCO Delhi
26/05/2021.  New Delhi #N.9678
Posted by Thoombalan Babu Varghese, New Delhi
News in BOSCO Out Reach, Agencies, BOSCO, Development Office, Life and Health, Marginalized, Migrants


The Covid-19 pandemic lockdown has made the poor in Delhi struggle for food. Nutritious and decent meals are a distant reality for them. Often those admitted in the hospitals and the bystanders go hungry. Meals on wheels by BOSCO Delhi is a respite for these ordinary people who have gone cashless.. Read More

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Alumni Association Social Network to Fight Against COVID
23/05/2021.  New Delhi #N.9671
Posted by Thoombalan Babu Varghese, New Delhi
News in BOSCO Out Reach, Agencies, BOSCO, DB Alumni, Development Office, Education, Education and Culture, Education Dept, Education School, Marginalized, Migrants, Salesian Family, Volunteering, Youth


Besides the unstinting service of India's medical professionals and other frontline warriors in the fight against the deadly virus, the networks of friends, family and colleagues mobilized to share resources and combat misinformation have contributed to mitigating the situation. Social media and messaging apps also have facilitated this process, allowing relative strangers to lend a hand. Following this cue, the social media groups and networks established by the Alumni Association of Don Bosco School, Alaknanda, proved invaluable to its members and others.. Read More

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Hill NGOs Fight COVID with Wellbeing Campaign
22/05/2021.  Kolkata #N.9670
Posted by Paul CHERUTHOTTUPURAM, Kolkata
News in Disasters, Marginalized, Mental Health, Profiles, Self Help Groups, Social Life, Success Story, Volunteering, Youth, Youth Groups


Sonada: A group of ten Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) in the hills have come together to fight COVID-19 with a 15-week Wellbeing Campaign. Their slogans include: 'Bring Back the Smiles,' and 'We Build Each Other'.. Read More

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Don Bosco Navjeevan Reaches out to Migrants
21/05/2021.  New Delhi #N.9667
Posted by Thoombalan Babu Varghese, New Delhi
News in BOSCO Out Reach, Agencies, BOSCO, Development Office, Marginalized, Migrants, Procure, Self Help Groups, Youth at Risk


Don Bosco Navjeevan, Chandigarh, has been working for the migrant communities of Chandigarh for the last five years and has made various interventions to enhance the lives of the migrants living in the slums and colonies. The centre runs the Intervenes Drug Users project, Street Children project, Self Help Groups for women empowerment, remedial classes for school dropouts and coaching classes for economically backward children.. Read More

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Don Bosco, the lifestyle for Dr Varun Khullar
11/05/2021.  New Delhi #N.9659
Posted by Thoombalan Babu Varghese, New Delhi
News in BOSCO, DB Alumni, Disasters, Education School, Life and Health, Marginalized, Salesian Family, Salesian Society, Volunteering


''When a student turns into a healer during a pandemic, the equation of life changes. Dr Varun Khullar begins his morning by feeding the needy. He is on call 24x7 for emergencies. I saw the values of our patron saint, Don Bosco, in his lifestyle and felt so proud and so safe. He taught an old English teacher that life is only about serving,'' writes Uma Nair, an English teacher at Don Bosco School, Alaknanda - New Delhi, about her student Varun Khullar. Dr Varun, MD, completed his studies at Don Bosco School, Alaknanda, in 2006. With the second wave of Covid-19 sweeping across Delhi, Dr Varun supplies food, free medicines, and oxygen concentrators for the needy and underprivileged through his NGO 'Chhoti Chhoti Khushiyan' (Little, Little Happiness). . Read More

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'Food to Your Doorstep' with Love; an initiative of Don Bosco BREADS
30/04/2021.  Bangalore #N.9653
Posted by Bastin Nellissery, Bangalore
News in Life and Health, Marginalized, Social Ministry, Volunteering


With an unprecedented spike in corona cases in Bangalore, 'Food to Your Doorstep' an initiative by Don Bosco BREADS (Bangalore Rural Educational and Development Society) and four other non-profit organizations (The Good Quest Foundation, Project Vision, AIFO and ECHO), reaches out to Covid-infected patients under quarantine by serving vegetarian food. . Read More

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Father Sebastian Vadakethannikal, a Salesian who cared for children on the street, passed away
15/04/2021.  New Delhi #N.9644
Posted by Thoombalan Babu Varghese, New Delhi
News in Marginalized, Migrants, Obituary, Salesian Society, Youth at Risk


Father V. J. Sebastian, Vadakethannikal, SDB (74), a friend of the poor and the youth, passed away on April 14, 2021. While walking at the residence of Don Bosco Vocational Training Centre, Jhansi, around 2.45 p.m., Father Sebastian had a fall and was rushed to St. Jude's Hospital, Jhansi, where he was declared dead. His mortal remains laid to rest on April 15, 2021, in the Diocesan cemetery at Jhansi. . Read More

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Legendary Makaibari Tea Planter gifts Tea Saplings to Salesian College
08/04/2021.  Kolkata #N.9636
Posted by Paul CHERUTHOTTUPURAM, Kolkata
News in Curricula Development, Education Higher , Marginalized, Skills Training, Social Development, Social Ministry


Siliguri, 8th April 2021: Legendary Darjeeling tea planter Rajah Banerjee who developed his own tea variant plant christened RIMPOCHA - meaning ''reincarnated tea'' has gifted tea saplings to Salesian College Principal Father George Thadathil. . Read More

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FEEDING CHILDREN IN BRICK KILNS
22/03/2021.  New Delhi #N.9625
Posted by Thoombalan Babu Varghese, New Delhi
News in BOSCO Out Reach, Agencies, Development Office, Marginalized, Migrants, Salesian Family, Youth at Risk


On 20 March 2021, twenty-four Salesian Co-operators of Holy Child Auxilium, Vasant Vihar - New Delhi, organized a social outreach programme at Jhajjar for children working in brick kilns where Salesians are involved in working for them. . Read More

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