We work in over 50 countries through our own offices and partner organizations, with the aim of contributing to the improvement of people’s standard of living, regardless of their location.
Projects carried out globally in 2020
We supported our local office to face the sanitary crisis and strengthened the care of children, young and elderly people through centers, homes, residencies as well as artistic and educative projects.
Over 1,000 people benefited from this help.
In Argentina, we mainly contribute to the following SDGs:
We have helped our local office with their Guarataro Socio-educational Community by guaranteeing food and promoting health, education
and hygiene to the participants. Moreover, we have rendered
emergency aid to hundreds of families, providing food and warm clothing, with the aim of dealing with the damage caused by the hurricanes.
In 2020, we assisted over 500 children and their families.
In Honduras, we mainly contribute to the following SDGs:
In Asunción, we continued helping a residence for elderly people with no resources with their daily and maintenance needs. Besides, we have supported schoolbooks’ translations to promote the education of the indigenous community.
Over 6,700 children and families participated in our projects in Paraguay.
In Paraguay, we mainly contribute to the following SDGs:
We collaborated with Fundación Hermanos de la Calle (Brothers of the Street Foundation) to create care homes for people living in the streets of Miami. Furthermore, we are helping a soup kitchen in New York through Saint Rita’s Church in Bronx.
Throughout 2020, we attended over 400 people.
Our projects in the United States contribute to the following SDGs:
Through Misioneros de África Padres Blancos (White Fathers Missionaries of Africa), we carried a rainwater harvesting project to facilitate access to irrigation water to the community. In this way, we encouraged the development and cooperation among the local people.
This project assisted hundreds of people.
In Burundi, we mainly contribute to the following SDGs:
In the city of Gondar, we collaborated with the NGO AYME to continue supporting the Maternity Center, and to help a shelter for women with HIV. Furthermore, we cooperated rehabilitating the University Hospital’s Orphan Residence in the city, as well as obtaining the funding for their higher education.
Over 6,000 people benefited
from this project.
In Ethiopia, we mainly contribute to the following SDGs:
The Golden Telephone Project also operates in Rome. Moreover, in 2020 we continued to support the Chiesa delle Santissime Stimmate di San Francesco (Holy Stigmata of St. Francis’ Church), providing breakfast and counselling for people living in the street.
More than 100 people were assisted with this project.
In Rome we mainly contribute to the following SDGs:
In Amman, alongside other collaborators and the Profuturo Foundation, we continued supporting the access to education of over 200 children through the use of technological devices.
In 2020, we accompanied more than 200 children and families.
This project mainly contributes to the following SDGs: