Don Bosco Past Pupil Association of Cambodia

We envision a communion of communities of Salesians, Lay Mission Partners, youth and children, growing and working together for the total development of the young, and enriching the culture for a new civilization of love.

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The Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia (DBFC) or the Cambodian Salesian Delegation, is an organism that belongs to the Salesians of Don Bosco under the Thai Salesian Province (THA) that began activities at the Cambodian refugee camps in Thailand in 1988) with technical schools and children fund invited by the United Nations. The Cambodian Royal Government requested Don Bosco in 1990 to settle inside Cambodia for the reconstruction period.

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Don Bosco Cambodia 2015 Bicentenary in Phnom Penh...

Don Bosco Cambodia past pupils donated 13.5 tons o...

Merry Christmas from Don Bosco Mondo, Bonn

p>Dear Fathers, Brothers, friends and supporters of Don Bosco in Cambodia, It has been an exciting and positive year of cooperation between Don Bosco Bonn and Cambodia: we have been able to support various SDB houses for the benefit of many children and youth, got the approval of a major donor to bu...

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Cambodian Salesian Family prepares Don Bosco Birth Anniversary

p>Phnom Penh. The Cambodian Salesian Family representatives met last April 8 at Don Bosco Phnom Penh to discuss the preparation for the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Don Bosco (1815) in Cambodia. Fr. Roel Soto led the meeting that concluded in the formation of three areas for the event: spiritua...

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Don Bosco past pupils donated rice to the technical schools

he past pupil association of Don Bosco in Cambodia donated 13.5 tons of rice for all Don Bosco Technical Schools in the country. The past pupils association gathers all those persons who as young people received support from Don Bosco Cambodia to get a skill and now they are fully integrated in the...

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The Association of Past Pupils is a movement of lay people, conducted by lay people, but encouraged and inspired by the Salesians. It has its individual character which should be respected. It is autonomous. It may exist not only by the inclusion of Salesian. It may not be dependent only by the presence of a Salesian.