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CARITAS in Poland

help children in poland
About Poland
Recent years have been a successful period for the economy and social development, characterized by a high rate of growth of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), increase in investment activity and improvement of a situation on the labor market. However, the positive changes have not filtered down to the neediest.

The country still faces many challenges dealing with high unemployment and poverty, particularly outside the cities. About 23% of the population lives below the poverty line.

Poland is one of the countries in Eastern Europe where many children still grow up in orphanages, in Polish called “Dom Dziecka” meaning Child’s Home.

Caritas for Orphanages in Poland
Caritas for Orphanages in Poland
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Dom Dziecka

There are many reasons children come to orphanages (in Polish called “Dom Dziecka”).

Sometimes it happens because of the death of their parents or extreme economic hardship which prevent parents from properly caring for their little ones. Some parents get sick and can’t afford medical care and are forced to leave their own children without help.
 

For these reasons, there are many Catholic orphanages throughout Poland.
 
help Catholic orphanage in Poland

Dom Dziecka

There are many reasons children come to orphanages (in Polish called “Dom Dziecka”).

Sometimes it happens because of the death of their parents or extreme economic hardship which prevent parents from properly caring for their little ones. Some parents get sick and can’t afford medical care and are forced to leave their own children without help.
 

For these reasons, there are many Catholic orphanages throughout Poland.
 
Currently, we are continuing to help the Little Servant Sisters and the Felician Sisters to nurture orphan children under their care located in:
  • Warszawa (Warsaw) Archdiocese
  • Czestochowa Archdiocese 
The homes which are run by these sisters struggle to provide adequate care because of minimal financial assistance from the Polish government and often have too many children for their limited facilities. 

We supports the sisters to sustain their beautiful ministry and maintain/renovate their buildings as needed.
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