projects

WE BUILD THE FUTURE

FMSI supports the projects of the Marist Missions for the benefit of children, girls and young people, particularly the most vulnerable and marginalised, with a special focus on those living in developing countries. The Foundation carries out interventions aimed at the development and protection of children, concentrating mainly on pursuing the objective of guaranteeing equal access to quality education.To date, FMSI has operated in 65 countries, carrying out 404 interventions:
Development Projects, Emergency Projects and Advocacy and Child Rights Projects.

72 in america

100 in asia and the pacific

194 in africa

38 in Europe

EMERGENCY PROJECTS

PROGRAMS

Marcellin Center

Fratelli

Libano

Three2Six

PROJECTS

Mozambico

Establishment of a new pre-school block and purchase of related equipment at Marist School in Manhiça (Mozambique)

Malawi

Prevention of Covid-19 dissemination and children dropping out from school in the communities of Balaka and Likuni, Malawi.

Papua Nuova Guinea

Human rights enhancement through the United Nations (UN) Universal Periodic Review (UPR)

Malawi

Equal access to quality education for disadvantaged girls and children in Malawi.

Messico

A Life with Dignity – Rights and Gender Equity for Indigenous Youth and Adolescents

Bolivia

Children’s and women’s rights in Bolivia: follow-up on the recommendations of UN bodies

Madagascar

Providing access to clean water at Saint Chanel school 

India

Education and training for Santal children and marginalised people

Zambia

A better place to grow and learn

Malawi

“Equity of access to quality education for girls and disadvantaged children in Malawi”

Zambia

New Horizons for a transformative educational model in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe

HOW TO PRESENT A PROJECT

FMSI is willing to promote projects of the Marist Missions that involve local communities with an approach that integrates economic, social and environmental sustainability. FMSI will pay particular attention to those projects that:

  • are implemented in areas where needs are most urgent, responding to the needs and rights of the poorest, most vulnerable and marginalized.
  • generate impact and long lasting results.
  • provide new educational models based on community involvement.
  • are in line with the new Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations.