In 2007, the sisters of the Tanzanian Region began the mission in Lubao, the diocese of Kakamega, South Kenya. The 3 sisters are ministering in the pastoral activities with parish and women’s groups. They are under the coordination of Tanzanian Region.
Salvatorian Sisters serve in the southern part of Tanzania since 1957. The first Salvatorian sisters in Tanzania were Irish and Austrian. The Region has 10 communities, 64 sisters, 7 novices and 6 postulants. The sisters operate dispensaries, domestic schools, Montessori kindergartens and do pastoral work for the Diocese of Tunduru-Masasi. Some of the Sisters are trained as rural medical assistants and are able to diagnose and treat common diseases. One Sister is trained as an architect. Many young Sisters are studying to prepare for a variety of services. The Regional Coordinator is S. Sophia Muhiba.
In 2011, the sisters of the Congo Region joined the missionary service of the Society of the Divine Savior in Moroni, one of the Comoros islands. Three sisters are ministering as nurses in the dispensary. They are under the coordination of the Congo Region.
In 2013, the sisters of the Congo Region began the mission in Kabwe City, a newly-erected diocese in the northern Zambia. Three sisters are serving in the pastoral activities of the diocese. They are under the coordination of the Congo Region.