Mozambique: Azada Verde uses agro-ecology to feed thousands

Mozambique: Azada Verde uses agro-ecology to feed thousands

When Cyclone Idai ripped through Mozambique in March of 2019, the United Nations designated the storm as one of the Southern Hemisphere’s strongest ever to have been recorded.  In its wake, almost 2 million acres of cropland was destroyed, further enfeebling one...
Trương Vĩnh Ký Secondary School

Trương Vĩnh Ký Secondary School

The  Montagnard population is a minority group which lives in the central highlands of Vietnam (Dak Mil, Dak Nong.)  For many years, their appeals to the government for quality high-school education of their children were ignored.  More recently, through the efforts...
Flash Fundraiser: A New High School for South Sudan’s Youth

Flash Fundraiser: A New High School for South Sudan’s Youth

Through a Flash Fundraiser “Give $5 for South Sudan,” Lasallian schools across North America are coming together to help the newest country in the world address its educational needs.  When the Republic of South Sudan seceded from Sudan in 2011, it became...
“Lasallian Women of Hope” Program Provides Educational Access

“Lasallian Women of Hope” Program Provides Educational Access

The mission of Lasallian Women of Hope (LWH) is to ensure females gain full access to a Lasallian education. This grassroots effort began by empowering women and girls to create sustainable solutions to the obstacles which impeded with their educational goals.  The...
ECU: Professionalizing Ethiopia’s Future

ECU: Professionalizing Ethiopia’s Future

 Ethiopia is on track to become one of the 10 most populous countries in the world by 2035.  To adequately address the country’s future needs, the Ethiopian Catholic University [ECU] is busily preparing capable doctors and outstanding engineers.   Recognizing...
Educate the Children of Vietnamese Street Vendors

Educate the Children of Vietnamese Street Vendors

The La Salle Tan Hung Charity School in Vietnam’s capital of Ho Chi Minh serves primary school students who largely come from other provinces when their parents arrive in the capital very early each morning to work in the small shops and as street vendors.  These 130...