Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth

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The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth are engaged in education, health care, social justice, and ecological integrity, & pastoral & social service ministries in 15 dioceses within the United States, El Salvador, and Haiti. The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth have a number of active projects: construction of the Cuvier School, Water Women project, Microloans, Sewing School, and housing projects to help with disaster relief. Coastal Connection has partnered with their organization to help provide school-based healthcare, medical supplies, and the Water Women project.

Construction of the Cuvier school was completed in the spring of 2021. Currently, about 250 students are attending the new school. Our school-based clinic has opened for business with the support of a full-time nurse and a physician oversite pediatrician. The nurse will also make home visits to follow up on these sick children and provide an in-school health program. Phase 2 will include a free health clinic for the families of the students. Phase 3 will provide free health care to the community surrounding the school.
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Additionally, Coastal Connection is working with the sisters to identify how we can help address clean water access through a program they call the Water Women project. The expansion of this program would allow a new group of women from the village of TiMache to provide thousands of gallons of water for their neighbors every month.

Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth

News Updates
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth are engaged in education, health care, social justice, and ecological integrity, & pastoral & social service ministries in 15 dioceses within the United States, El Salvador, and Haiti. The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth have a number of active projects: construction of the Cuvier School, Water Women project, Microloans, Sewing School, and housing projects to help with disaster relief. Coastal Connection has partnered with their organization to help provide school-based healthcare, medical supplies, and the Water Women project.
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Construction of the Cuvier school was completed in the spring of 2021. Currently, about 250 students are attending the new school. Our school-based clinic has opened for business with the support of a full-time nurse and a physician oversite pediatrician. The nurse will also make home visits to follow up on these sick children and provide an in-school health program. Phase 2 will include a free health clinic for the families of the students. Phase 3 will provide free health care to the community surrounding the school.

Additionally, Coastal Connection is working with the sisters to identify how we can help address clean water access through a program they call the Water Women project. The expansion of this program would allow a new group of women from the village of TiMache to provide thousands of gallons of water for their neighbors every month.

Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth

News Updates
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth are engaged in education, health care, social justice, and ecological integrity, & pastoral & social service ministries in 15 dioceses within the United States, El Salvador, and Haiti. The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth have a number of active projects: construction of the Cuvier School, Water Women project, Microloans, Sewing School, and housing projects to help with disaster relief. Coastal Connection has partnered with their organization to help provide school-based healthcare, medical supplies, and the Water Women project.
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Construction of the Cuvier school was completed in the spring of 2021. Currently, about 250 students are attending the new school. Our school-based clinic has opened for business with the support of a full-time nurse and a physician oversite pediatrician. The nurse will also make home visits to follow up on these sick children and provide an in-school health program. Phase 2 will include a free health clinic for the families of the students. Phase 3 will provide free health care to the community surrounding the school.

Additionally, Coastal Connection is working with the sisters to identify how we can help address clean water access through a program they call the Water Women project. The expansion of this program would allow a new group of women from the village of TiMache to provide thousands of gallons of water for their neighbors every month.

Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth

News Updates
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth are engaged in education, health care, social justice, and ecological integrity, & pastoral & social service ministries in 15 dioceses within the United States, El Salvador, and Haiti. The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth have a number of active projects: construction of the Cuvier School, Water Women project, Microloans, Sewing School, and housing projects to help with disaster relief. Coastal Connection has partnered with their organization to help provide school-based healthcare, medical supplies, and the Water Women project.

Construction of the Cuvier school was completed in the spring of 2021. Currently, about 250 students are attending the new school. Our school-based clinic has opened for business with the support of a full-time nurse and a physician oversite pediatrician. The nurse will also make home visits to follow up on these sick children and provide an in-school health program. Phase 2 will include a free health clinic for the families of the students. Phase 3 will provide free health care to the community surrounding the school.
Additionally, Coastal Connection is working with the sisters to identify how we can help address clean water access through a program they call the Water Women project. The expansion of this program would allow a new group of women from the village of TiMache to provide thousands of gallons of water for their neighbors every month.

Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth

News Updates
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth are engaged in education, health care, social justice, and ecological integrity, & pastoral & social service ministries in 15 dioceses within the United States, El Salvador, and Haiti. The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth have a number of active projects: construction of the Cuvier School, Water Women project, Microloans, Sewing School, and housing projects to help with disaster relief. Coastal Connection has partnered with their organization to help provide school-based healthcare, medical supplies, and the Water Women project.

Construction of the Cuvier school was completed in the spring of 2021. Currently, about 250 students are attending the new school. Our school-based clinic has opened for business with the support of a full-time nurse and a physician oversite pediatrician. The nurse will also make home visits to follow up on these sick children and provide an in-school health program. Phase 2 will include a free health clinic for the families of the students. Phase 3 will provide free health care to the community surrounding the school.
Additionally, Coastal Connection is working with the sisters to identify how we can help address clean water access through a program they call the Water Women project. The expansion of this program would allow a new group of women from the village of TiMache to provide thousands of gallons of water for their neighbors every month.