News and Stories
Ziad is the youngest person supported by JRS. His mother tells their story of strength and resilience four months after the earthquakes that struck the city of Aleppo in Syria.
The short film “Shine Again”, the result of a workshop on film language realised with JRS students in Kenya, will be presented at the 26th CinemAmbiente Festival in Turin.
Testimonies collected by JRS’s staff of people fleeing the conflict in Sudan in search of safety in neighbouring countries.
A fire destroyed the Multi-purpose Centre for Children and Adolescents in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camp, aggravating an already highly vulnerable situation due to the record-breaking floods that have hit the country.
A testimony of Aganze, a refugee artist that after fleeing the Democratic Republic of Congo, now lives out his passion in Kampala, Uganda.
As the conflict in Sudan evolves, JRS continues to monitor the situation and prepare to respond to those forced to flee to neighbouring countries.
In Kakuma refugee camp, JRS, in collaboration with its partner Konexio, organises digital trainings to enable refugees to become digital instructors and boost their self-reliance.
JRS created a safe space for internally displaced women in Cameroon to reinforce its humanitarian response to the protection needs of people affected by the crisis in the country.
In the Dzaleka refugee camp some refugee students started an organisation to assist other young refugees in accessing degree programmes and employment opportunities.