News and Stories
A new, innovative educational programme “JRS Pathfinder” helped Mary and other refugees to enter the job market and achieve personal growth.
A young woman shares her joys and sorrows, describing her uncertain present and sharing her dreams for a better future.
Access to MHM kits is essential to protecting young refugee women from missing classes and promoting inclusive education.
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Myanmar reflect on the meaning of home while living in precarious conditions.
JRS International Director reminds us that hope expresses itself in many ways, especially in the stories of those we accompany around the world.
The conflict and humanitarian situation in Myanmar continue to deteriorate, making the need for safe border crossings into Thailand and access to humanitarian assistance and asylum all the more urgent.
While preparing for the festive season, we asked some of the members of the JRS family to share their reflections on the past year, Christmas, and their hopes and dreams for the future.
As a young refugee in Thailand, Peter has a big dream: to complete his education in order to help younger generations determine their own future.
Many children in Maban, both in the refugee populations and host communities, still struggle with access to education. Many have no place to call a school.