JRS, together with partners, has been supporting refugees from Ukraine in Romania, Poland, Moldova, Hungary, and Slovakia – as well as within Ukraine.
JRS Croatia and JRS Bosnia and Herzegovina join forces to serve refugees and other forcibly displaced people traveling the Balkan route.
Together with fellow students, Jolivia is training to be a mechanic in JRS’s vocational centre in Bambari, Central African Republic.
Amro is a young Syrian refugee and an inventor. His love for drawing turned into artistic talent, nurtured by his family and teachers.
Shimon, a Cameroonian refugee girl, found safety in Nigeria together with her family. Slowly, they are starting to rebuild their lives.
JRS’s mental health and psychosocial support work accompanies forcibly displaced people and prioritises mental health for all.
Now a teacher in Thailand, Joseph had to overcome many challenges to get an education while being displaced multiple times from Myanmar.
Heavy flooding in Maban, South Sudan caused widespread destruction and triggered the secondary displacement of the refugee, returnee and host communities.
Mohammad and his family are among the many Syrian refugees in Lebanon whose lives were disrupted once more by the August 2020 explosion.