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Vision and Mission

vision

Vision
A just society, in which communities fully involve and care for vulnerable groups of people, through the spirit of love and solidarity, thus ensuring integral human development for all.
The vision of St. Martin-CSA is a dream. It describes how we wish the world to be. It starts from the desire to contribute towards the transformation of the current society into one that is more just. In the society we live in, there are people who have almost too much, while on the other hand there are many who are deprived of even the basic human necessities. Among such people there are many who have special vulnerabilities: people with disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, street children, victims of violence. St. Martin-CSA aims at building communities in which people are ready to share with each other their gifts, in a spirit of love and solidarity; communities, in which people with special vulnerabilities have been given a central position. This is done in the belief that in such a process of sharing, all people, the rich and the poor, the strong and the weak will gain and grow to their full potential.

 

mission

Mission
To build a strong capacity, in communities of all faiths, that actively implements the gospel of service, by empowering and caring for vulnerable groups of people.

The mission of St. Martin-CSA describes that the organisation wants to achieve its vision by empowering communities to put into practice their Christian faith; to build a strong capacity of people who have the motivation and the practical skills to assist vulnerable groups of people; to empower the beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives and to care for them where they are not able themselves. The mission statement already describes that St. Martin-CSA is not only targeting the Catholic communities, but that it unites people of different backgrounds in its efforts to promote love and solidarity.

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