Having fled their country and become refugees, Afghans share their experiences of displacement and their struggles in rebuilding their lives.
Join us in prayer for the people of Afghanistan, may they heal, learn, and determine their own future- wherever they are.
Forced displacement is often a protracted phenomenon, whereby people spend years or even decades far from home. We must not forget them.
Like thousands of others, Dunia and her children had no choice but to flee violence in Tigray and seek safety elsewhere.
In 2021, amidst new and existing humanitarian crises and through a global pandemic, JRS provided 999,518 people in 57 countries with the means to thrive. JRS’s 2021 Annual Report reminds us that when united as one, an ever wider ‘we’ is always possible.
Situations of displacement are too often forgotten, refugee voices silenced. We must not forget our forcibly displaced brothers and sisters.
On World Refugee Day – and everyday – we offer a prayer for our forcibly displaced brothers and sisters, too often forgotten.
Watch the video testimonies from Ukrainian refugee and displaced women and the people who are supporting them.
In Douala, Cameroon, JRS is fostering IDP women’s social inclusion by offering accommodation and training to the most vulnerable.