In 1950 the sending of Sisters to the Diocese of Ambanja was both the fulfillment of a promise made in thanksgiving for the protection of the Congregation during WWII and a response to Pope Pius XI's call to universal mission in the Church.

Today around 120 Sisters in 21 communities, are present in Madagascar. Most live and work in the North of the island and they serve also in Moroni, in the neighboring Comoros Islands.

The Sisters are involved in:

• Teaching

o Elementary, junior high and high school
o Street children
o In collaboration with Organizations: VOZAMA (basic education for children in poor areas), ASA (re-settlement of homeless families)
o Centers for women's development

• Charitable and social works

o Food program for school children
o Visits to the sick and imprisoned
o Boarding schools

• Health care

o Dispensaries
o Care of lepers and of handicapped children

• Pastoral

o Liturgy preparation
o Preparing children for the Sacraments
o Youth movements

• Services in the Province

o Cooking and housekeeping in the communities
o Administrative services
o Vocation ministry
o Formation of new members

• Protection of the environment

For further information, contact the:
Centre provincial
BP 51
407 Antsohihy