Integration House “Pedro Arrupe” is a shelter designed to accommodate vulnerable unaccompanied children who have been separated from their families.
Raising a family with two young boys in Venezuela was becoming exceptionally difficult for Yorbelys and Rafael, a young couple from Portuguesa.
Estefani was pregnant when she left Venezuela in order to provide adequate care for her baby. She could not find the prenatal care she needed during pregnancy.
When we accompany refugees, we make room for tenderness, compassion, and generosity – in other words, we learn to love.
There is one formal primary school in the camp, and a secondary school. For every 87 students there is only one teacher.
Claudine is a young woman from Burundi who volunteers as a community social worker for the Naweza (Swahili for “I can”) Project in Dzaleka refugee camp.
Rosemary had to leave most of her family behind in South Sudan to find safety. Today, she is a student at a JRS-supported school in northern Uganda.
Read the impact the Naweza scholarship programme is having on the lives of refugee girls in Malawi.
Christella is a 13-year-old girl who has been living in Dzaleka refugee camp in Malawi for almost three years. Christella is passionate about education and opportunities for girls such as herself.