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Latest stories: Equatorial Guinea

Debris of shattered buildings from an explosion in Bata, Equatorial Guinea / Agenzia Fides

Catholic Nuns Serving in Equatorial Guinea Recount Explosion that Killed Dozens

Members of the Community of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Anne working among victims of a recent explosion that claimed more than 100 people in Bata in the Northwestern of Equatorial Guinea have recounted the horrific experience and how they sprang into action to assist those who had been affected.

Smoke billowing from Nkoa Ntoma military camp in Bata following the March 7 series of blasts. / Misiones Salesianas

Salesians Reach Out to Survivors of Equatorial Guinea Explosions with Emergency Aid

Members of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) are reaching out to hundreds of survivors of the March 7 series of blasts in Equatorial Guinea that resulted in the loss of at least 107 human lives and more than 600 injured people in the country’s Diocese of Bata.

An image of Bata following the March 7 explosions / Courtesy Photo

Bishops in Africa Express Solidarity with Equatorial Guinea Following Recent Tragic Blasts

Members of the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) have expressed solidarity with the people of God in Equatorial Guinea following the March 7 series of blasts that resulted in the loss of at least 107 human lives and more than 600 injured people in the country’s Diocese of Bata. 

Some of the Equatorial Guinea beneficiaries of the socio-sports project between Real Madrid and Salesian Mission Office in Spain. / Agenzia Info Salesiana (ANS)

Salesians Partner with Spanish Football Club, Foster Children Sports in Equatorial Guinea

Members of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) have partnered with Real Madrid, a Spain-based professional football club to support sporting activities among vulnerable children in Equatorial Guinea.

Clean Water Initiative by Salesian Missions in Equatorial Guinea / Salesian Missions

Salesian Missions Facilitate Access to Safe Drinking Water in Equatorial Guinea

While 2.2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water globally, Salesian Missions, the U.S. development arm of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco is bridging the gap by helping local communities in the Central African nation of Equatorial Guinea get access to safe drinking water through the “Clean Water Initiative.”

Members of the Women's Union of Indigenous Congregations of Central Africa (UFCAAC) at the conclusion of their 33rd General Assembly in Douala, Cameroon. / UFCAAC

Leaders of Indigenous Female Religious Orders in Central Africa to Foster Reconciliation

At the conclusion of the 33rd General Assembly of the Women's Union of Indigenous Congregations of Central Africa (UFCAAC), that brought together Major Superiors of indigenous religious congregations in central Africa, participants resolved to foster reconciliation in the region.