Wellcome to our Charity

The Daughters of Charity are a Catholic organisation founded by St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac in France in the 1600's. Both were deeply moved by the extreme poverty prevalent in France during this time, and accordingly made it their goal to alleviate suffering and try to lift people out of poverty. The first sisters heard in their hearts the call of God and the cry of the poor and endeavoured to live in community service under Louise’s guidance. This service was not just provided for the people of Paris. It went beyond the city walls into the countryside


Our Causes


“the current estimated literacy rate of 49.1% is still way below expected international standards”


Ethiopia’s public health situation is improving in terms of its Millennium Development Goals (set by the World Health Organisation [WHO])

Community Development

"a process where community members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problem”