Scalabrinian Missionary Sisters
Following in the footsteps of John Baptist Scalabrini, Blessed Assunta Marchetti and the servant of God Father Joseph Marchetti, the Scalabrinian Missionary Sisters recognize, love and serve Christ in the person of migrants.
Every day they assist 12,000 migrants worldwide. Specifically, the Missionary Sisters are present in: 13 schools, 4 hospitals, 4 Psychosocial Assistance Centers (CAPS) and 6 Alternative Health Centers in Brazil, 25 Homes and Centers for the reception and promotion of migrants and refugees (in South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Mozambique, Paraguay, Italy, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico and the Dominican Republic, mainly in border areas). In total, there are 110 missions opened by the Scalabrinian Missionary Sisters in 25 countries around the world.
Since 2018, the congregation has launched the Itinerant Service project, characterized by assisting migrants and refugees in border areas: in Roraima, Brazil; in the Northern and Southern Borders of Mexico; in Ventimiglia, Italy; and in Pemba, Mozambique.