“I have come so that they may have life and have it to the full” John 10:10

FORMAL EDUCATION – DRC
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Foundation in Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1955

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In the DRCongo, Ursuline Sisters are engaged in 15 institutions with more than 6,000 students ranging from nursery, through primary, middle, college and higher education. Most of the schools are in rural areas where children and youth from poor families are disadvantaged because they do not get opportunities for schooling due to lack of family income.
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As in all our schools Sisters are committed to their profession and teach subjects that enable students to gain valuable knowledge while fostering the growth of Christian values and promoting the dignity of the person. When possible they provide protection and financial support to students. Counselling and accompaniment are integral to their ministry.
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DRC - GOMA
DRC - BUKAVU
DRC - KALIMA
DRC - KINDU
DRC - KAMBOVE
DRC - LUBUMBASHI
DRC - KALUBWE
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FOCAL EDUCATIONAL POINT: EVERY CHILD HAS RIGHT TO EDUCATION AND TO BE PROTECTED.

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A project on Child Protection Policy in Ursuline' Schools in DRC, is in progress at our Ursuline Schools.

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Construction of a secondary school project in Mikelenge, Kindu
( By PORTUCUS)

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School textbook equipment project in remote area schools.
(By Ternat School, Belgium)

FORMAL EDUCATION – DRC- SCHOOLS
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HOW WE SERVE - PRAYER MINISTRY
EDUCATION - MINISTRIES - DRC, AMBIKAPUR, GUMLA, TEZPUR, RANCHI, USA
HEALTH CARE - MINISTRIES - DRC, AMBIKAPUR, GUMLA, TEZPUR, RANCHI