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Haiti - Collapsed House

Haiti: School for Children and Health Center for Mothers

India - Boys' Village

India: Boys’ Village provides a home for street children

India - RTU

India: Reaching The Unreached

Bahay Pag Asa for website

Bahay Pag-asa is a refuge for incarcerated youth

Ivory Coast -- Abobo Project

Ivory Coast: Abobo Project Welcomes Destitute Youth

Burkina-Faso-CLIMA

Burkina Faso: CLIMA Provides Skills to Agricultural Families

Children at Risk

Children and Youth At Risk

4 students in front of college

IALU: Surrounding the world with university and professional education

Young Boy at Project Utopia

Colombia: Project Utopia Builds Agricultural Leadership

Haiti Primary & Secondary school on Isla La Tortuga

Haiti: Primary and secondary school serves remote island population

Recent News

  • Haiti: School for Children and Health Center for Mothers

    Institute support for the January 2010 earthquake resulted in two separate funds: emergency relief and educational support.  The emergency relief funds were dispensed to needy victims immediately after the earthquake and have helped to take care of urgent life-threatening needs. … Continue reading

  • India: Boys’ Village provides a home for street children

    Boys’ Village is a residential program for 87 orphan, abandonded and destitute boys aged 6-12 who are economically poor and who have shown poor performance in academics.  It costs Rs. 1,200 per boy per month to operate the facility ($30 per … Continue reading

  • India: Reaching The Unreached

    Beginning in 1974 with a small program for boys, Reaching the Unreached (RTU) has evolved over the years into a comprehensive program to serve marginal populations in India.  RTU is a comprehensive series of programs which offer a variety of services including, … Continue reading

  • Bahay Pag-asa is a refuge for incarcerated youth

    La Salle International supports the work of Bahay Pag-asa, in Dasmarinas, Philippines,  a residential treatment facility for court adjudicated youth offenders.  Ordinarily, these youth would be retained in the public jails which makes no separation of youth from adults; average … Continue reading

  • Ivory Coast: Abobo Project Welcomes Destitute Youth

    This project focuses on street children between 8 and 15 years of age who have be disassociated from their families.  The children are welcomed from the local area where they are found running free in the streets, often getting into … Continue reading

  • Burkina Faso: CLIMA Provides Skills to Agricultural Families

    Located in Beregadougou, Burkina Faso, Project CLIMA is a successful agricultural training center for young families.   The goal of the project is to train 24 families of farmers (with wives and children) how to farm productively, utilize the most modern techniques, … Continue reading

  • Children and Youth At Risk

    In 37 countries around the world, children and youth at risk projects care for the marginalized in society.  From educationally excluded children to disadvantaged girls. From street children and orphans to victims of child abuse. From drug-addicted youth to children … Continue reading

  • IALU: Surrounding the world with university and professional education

    The International Association of La Sallian Universities (IALU) is a consortium of higher educational institutions around the world.  The 74 member institutions provide a variety of undergraduate, graduate and professional (law, medicine, engineering) degrees and programs.  Each of the institutions … Continue reading

  • Colombia: Project Utopia Builds Agricultural Leadership

    Through Universidad De La Salle in Colombia, “Project Utopia” engages high school alumni from Colombian rural areas affected by violence and poverty.  Students become Agricultural Engineers through a creative “hands on” program in which best practices are taught in the field … Continue reading

  • Haiti: Primary and secondary school serves remote island population

    Turtle Island (Ile de la Tortue) lies off the northern coast of Port-au-Paix, Haiti where small fishing and subsistence level farmers live on a year-round basis. Serving the needs of young children on this island, the Communauté Notre-Dame-des-Palmistes manages a secondary … Continue reading

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