The Missionary Sisters of the Queen of the Apostles (SRA) have been established in India for several decades, and many of the sisters work as teachers and nurses in schools and health care centres run by the order. These centres are located close to the rural villages and tribal communities where there is the greatest poverty and the least provision by the state. Because most of the sisters are Indian nationals recruited from humble backgrounds, they have a deep understanding of the needs of these communities.
The SRA’s vision is to promote “an integrated human society, living in freedom, justice and peace”.
In all cases the SRA’s services are provided solely on the basis of need, without regard to the ethnic or religious background of the recipients.