News and Stories
In Chad, we collaborate with UNHCR as part of the DAFI scholarship programme, which offers refugee students like Alfred, Marcel, and Abraham the possibility to earn an undergraduate degree.
In this poem, a young refugee shares the joys of her past, the sorrows of her present, and the uncertainty of her future – a testimony of the suffering and resilience of all the women of Afghanistan.
It is no surprise that being a refugee puts many strains on one’s mental health. Read Khaled’s journey to healing.
Thanks to the JRS MHPSS group, Wirngo and other refugees in northern Nigeria are coming together, sharing experiences, and finding ways to help each other start a business.
Offering women the opportunity to build their skills not only helps them achieve self-sufficiency and provide for their families, but also helps them restore confidence and hope.
Joint Statement by the Migration Working Group of the International Forum of Catholic-Inspired Organizations on the Occasion of the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
Ryan Birjoo SJ, a Regent serving with JRS in Beirut as part of the Middle East and North Africa Regional Team, shares his “cannonball moment” and how he sees the life and teachings of St. Ignatius in the work he does for JRS.
Welcoming the stranger is a core value of all faiths. What does it mean for refugees and those who accompany them? We asked some members of the JRS family around the world.
JRS stands in solidarity with the Afghan people as they face emergency and suffering in their country, and will continue to support Afghan refugees in regions and countries around the world.