We are Zitha
Established in 1872, Zitha is guided by the ideals of helping those in need and offering compassion and humanity on the basis of Christian values, fulfilling its service to people in Luxembourg and Malawi.
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Values and working with and on our values are firmly anchored in our houses and in the historical background of the Carmelite Sisters (ZithaSisters).
Service to People
Our mission is to help people in need.
Congregation of the Carmelite Sisters
Better known as the ZithaSisters, the Congregation looks back on a history of almost 150 years spent helping those in need and offering compassion and humanity.
Inspired by the missionary work of the ZithaSisters, a Malawian branch of the order, the Carmelite Sisters, was founded.
Supporting the needy, elderly and the sick, the foundation is dedicated to social and charitable causes in Luxembourg and Malawi.
Professional care and support for the elderly at home, in daycare centres and in residential and care homes.
Established by the ZithaSisters, St Gabriel’s Hospital in Namitete is one of the best hospitals in the country and treats people irrespective of their financial means.
Eng oppen Hand
The Luxembourg NGO Eng oppen Hand fir Malawi provides sustainable development aid to one of the poorest countries in Africa, building on the foundations laid by the ZithaSisters.
Zikomo – Aid for Malawi
ZithaMobil and ZithaFoyers
Most people would like to grow old in their own homes. ZithaMobil & ZithaFoyers make this possible.
Good health is a key quality-of-life factor – stay one step ahead of your age with ZithaAktiv.
Regardless of your age, physiotherapy can help prevent, alleviate and treat a variety of physical health problems.
Spacious, high-quality and stylish apartments with barrier-free facilities for autonomous senior citizens.
Long-term care for people with chronic psychiatric illnesses – specialised psychiatric-therapeutic care provided by a mobile team of therapists.
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Towards the end of the 19th century, Luxembourg City began to become more open and urban after the thick fortress walls were battered down (1867-1883)…
Help us to help others.
In accordance with its statutes, the Fondation Ste Zithe supports Zitha projects in Luxembourg and Malawi. You can help too.