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Caritas microcredit project for the poor and minorities in Đà Lạt
Volunteers provide support to the initiative launched in 2010. The project is aimed at members of ethnic minorities living in rural areas and mountain regions. More than 900 families have been able to "escape poverty." Catholic volunteer says that with God's help it is possible to find the strength to promote such initiatives.
Vietnamese church tells youth: first spiritual, then economic, development
A big meeting was held in the diocese of Ho Chi Minh City for hundreds of young people from different parishes. Commitment to serving others and to fostering personal growth was stressed.
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Saigon: "Charity in love", 20years of help for sick and abandoned children
Hundreds of people attended Mass of thanksgiving for the Catholic organization’s twenty years of activity. There are also hundreds of children helped by the center, the majority of them non-Christians. Aid for orphans, HIV-positive, disabled and autistic. Catholic Volunteer: Fighting against "discrimination" in families and communities.
Catholic Church says more aid needed for Damrey Storm victims
The Bishops Council and Committee of Charity and Social Action are still accompanying the victims, not only financially but also with development programmes.
Poor Vietnamese migrants have mission without church
The community of Gia An has grown in recent years to 1,500 members. They are very poor people but their dream is to have a new church for services and catechism, defying their miserable conditions and obstacles posed by the regime.
Manila, the land to poor peasants. A battle - won – by the Filipino bishops
President Arroyo has signed an extension of the CARP, which establishes the distribution of land to farmers in the country. The Catholic Church has long fought for the approval of the legislation, despite the disinterest shown by parliamentarians. Now the bishops will monitor its proper implementation.
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