News and Stories
Fr Tony O’Riordan SJ, JRS Director in Syria, describes the situation in Aleppo one month after the earthquake and how JRS is helping the Syrian people face yet another challenge amid 12 years of war.
In his journey with displaced people, Pope Francis seems to tell us how much they offer us an opportunity to discover hidden parts of humanity and deepen our understanding of the complexities of this world.
On International Women’s Day, we celebrate the achievements of young refugee women in Malawi, who overcome challenges every day to access education and pursue their dreams.
People arrive at the US/Mexico border fleeing violence and conflict. JRS staff help them to regain hope by providing psychosocial support.
After one year of conflict in Ukraine, JRS and other Jesuit partners continue to serve refugees, providing short and long-term support.
Too many children in Myanmar cannot access basic learning. Mima, mother of three, had to move five times to provide education to her kids.
With the earthquake that occurred on the night of 6 February, conditions for people in northeastern Syria are increasingly dramatic. Help us support them.
Leila always loved drawing. At JRS’s school, art education helps her and other refugees to express their feelings through it.
Two years after the coup, internally displaced people in Myanmar continue to struggle to access education and other basic rights.