Since its origins, the Company of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul works actively formation as one of the ways to serve Christ in the poor.
As a way of contributing more effectively to the fulfillment of its social role, the nine schools, the five centers for early childhood education, and the two socio-educational projects maintained by the company are present in locations where the social reality portrays situations of risk and vulnerability.
The pedagogical and administrative management of the Vincentian Educational Network is carried out by the Sisters, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, who have no employment contracts or any kind of financial compensation.
Vincentian Education aims at the formation of individuals who are able to think and create new ideas, to develop and improve concepts and technologies, enhancing their creativity in harmony with an eco-social and Christian awareness.
The appropriation of scientific, technological, human, and spiritual knowledge takes place in an environment of union, co-responsibility, dialogue, autonomy, freedom, and love, in which the values of the Vincentian Charisma are worked on together: Human and Christian Education, Dialogue, Respect, and Sustainability through the transversal themes of Basic Education and Christian Values.
Culture of Justice and Solidarity: implies in raising awareness for the service of Jesus Christ with the poor and taking concrete actions involving the educational institution, the family, and the local community united in a spirit of solidarity towards the real needs of the poor.
Building the Civilization of Love: through which we seek to living an affective and effective love, valuing the human being as a whole, in their integrity, along with the created universe as gifts from God and a commitment to take care of everyone.
Such topics, when added, guarantee the theory and practical implementation of the Vincentian Charism in the curriculum proposal of each educational institution, in the teaching practice and in the life of each educator and student. Therefore, these topics should be worked out and experienced in all areas of knowledge.