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“The school was not the end; it was rather the instrumental means for improving the way of life.”
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“Do not put off till tomorrow the good you can do today. You may not have a tomorrow.”
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«Sir, give me this water” (Jn 4,15) LET US CULTIVATE THE ART OF LISTENING AND OF ACCOMPANIMENT (Strenna 2018)
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“Without confidence and love, there can be no true education. If you want to be loved…you must love yourselves, and make your children feel that you love them.”
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Don Bosco Eastern Africa

Salesians of Eastern Africa are called to be
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Volunteers
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Groups and Movements (SYM)
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Vocational Animation
75%
Education and Culture
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Evangelization
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Don Bosco EA Youth Ministry

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  • John Bosco had a great admiration for St Francis de Sales (1567-1622). Francis, who was born near Geneva, 21 August 1567, was patron saint of Piedmont and Savoy and much loved by John Bosco -Fr Augustine Sellam
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Our Mission Work

The Missionaries in Kenya offer pastoral services in nine houses, and in Tanzania in eight houses. Besides pastoral activities the missionaries also look for ways to support people in daily activities, like Basic education, livelihood, emergency interventions, food relief, basic agriculture, refugee assistance and training, vocational and technical education, water, hygiene and sanitation.

To keep services available to the most vulnerable youth we mainly depend on donations. We also run a street children program in our centre called Bosco Boys Nairobi. Currently around 200 children are in our care. About each mission particularly you can read more by clicking on the particular house below.

 

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