Being With Refugees
Your support provided opportunities for refugees and other forcibly displaced people to heal, learn, and determine their own future.
See what we have achieved together.
“The happiest time for me is when the students and I play games together, and when the learning objectives I set for students are achieved.”Roi San teaches at a Catholic school in Myitkyina in Myanmar’s Kachin state.
In 2019, you helped us meet the goals of the Global Education Initiative a year early. You increased access to education for the most vulnerable and provided post-secondary education that prepares for a future of hope and possibility.
"We have seen the building of bridges among youth who were hardly in contact before. They shifted from a state of division, intimidation and mistrust, to a state of confidence, trust and unity.”Claudine Nana, JRS Reconciliation Coordinator in Adjumani, Uganda.
You promoted diversity as a positive dynamic for reconciliation among refugees from different ethnic groups, religions, and clans, as well as in their relationships with host communities.
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