AMICI Betharram Onlus

The Association “AMICI Betharram ONLUS”  was founded in November 2013 in collaboration with Congregation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Betharram.
The “AMICI Betharram Onlus” Association promotes projects to foster health care, social and human development in the poorest countries of the world, in collaboration with the fathers of Betharram who live on site.


“The Association promotes the socio-medical assistance for  people in developing countries, financing the construction and management of schools, vocational training centers, and health clinics, working alongside the Betharram  missionary Fathers who live on site.
This institutional activity will be carried out mainly through the gathering  of means and funds for the realization of the aforementioned social and socio-sanitary works, as well as for the support of present and future activities that the Congregation of fathers of Betharram will implement, especially in developing countries”. (Statute art. 2)


Our activities in the world

Village School – Sponsor a child
Central African Republic

A simple and concrete gesture that gives hope and a future to thousands of children and to an entire country afflicted by endemic poverty

Sponsor a child – HFCC

A concrete help to support the Holy Family Catholic Center activities of and help the center in the expenses for the education of children

Mobile Clinic Project
Central African Republic

The project plans to equip the “Saint Michel Care Center” in Bouar with a Clinic mobile that can allow to reach even the most remote savannah villages

What do we achieve with your help?

Some of the goals reached by the association AMICI Betharram Onlus in recent years








people involved


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