India - Medical assistance for street children
Vadodara, India - September 2020 - The “Don Bosco Development Society” (DBDS), in collaboration with “Don Bosco Snehalaya”, is carrying out an education and medical assistance project for children in the city of Vadodara. The goal is to provide educational and medical support to minors living in slums. This project, during which young people also learn about the differences between coronavirus symptoms and those of a normal fever, is financially supported by the German non-profit organization "Mix for Kids" and directed by Fr George Miranda.
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