News and Stories
JRS is opening an early childhood education centre and a multi-purpose community centre in Mozambique to serve displaced children.
After two years, the crisis in Ukraine is still ongoing, requiring an evolving response to meet the changing needs of refugees and IDPs.
Victor Setibo, JRS Country Director in the Democratic Republic of the Congo describes the response JRS is providing following the escalation of the conflict in the country.
The right to education is a lifeline for refugees and displaced persons. It provides stability and a sense of normalcy, and fosters lasting peace.
Living as a Sri Lankan in Tamil Nadu hasn’t been easy for Selva. Today, as JRS Field Officer, she’s striving to improve refugee-host community relations through art performances.
In Addis Ababa, Kifah employs artistic performances to promote encounters and nurture peaceful relationships among young people. She is a Peace Artisan.
Pastora is a Community Leader in the Panorama, a neighborhood where many displaced people found refuge amid many challenges.
Chantal is a Peace Artisan. She participates in JRS’s Welcome project, accompanying people seeking asylum in France.
Maïmouna is a Peace Artisans. Through education, she tries to keep displaced children away from being a target for non-static armed groups, promoting a future of peace in Lake Chad.