Access to quality education
Working worldwide to ensure refugees are given an opportunity to gain access to quality education. In some cases this means building schools, while in others it is about training teachers. In all cases, those who count are the refugees.

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Mikono shop
Help a refugee family by buying crafts produced by refugees or asylum seekers in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. 

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Push forward, not back
Empowering refugees and other forcibly displaced through skills training and education so they can build new lives and integrate with their host communities.

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Online retreat
On occasion of its 30th anniversary, Jesuit Refugee Service invites you to join us as we reflect on the ways in which we discover the presence of God in our work with refugees and other forcibly displaced persons.

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South Sudan: overcoming the adversity of war, investing in stronger communities
As South Sudan enters a second year of renewed conflict, famine and further mass displacement looms. Comprehensive humanitarian aid, including educational opportunities and psychosocial support, is essential to protect lives today and build a more just tomorrow.

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Urban refugees
Raising awareness about the plight of refugees and asylum seekers living in urban areas in eastern Africa.

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Women
Helping women get equal access to education and employment and protecting them from abuse and violence.

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Supporting Somali refugees
To provide psychosocial, education and youth support to Somali refugees living in Melkadida refugee camp in Dollo Ado, Ethiopia.

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Peace and reconciliation
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Eastern Africa has commemorated the work of the JRS project in Kitgum District, northern Uganda with the publication of a newsletter (Issue 49), 'Peace building and reconciliation in Kitgum'. The project spanned six years and ended in March 2012.

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Mercy in Motion
Mercy in Motion is a campaign with the goal of providing 100,000 refugee children and youth with access to education by the year 2020. The campaign, launched on 8 December with the Holy Year of Mercy, will continue through the end of 2016.

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Artists in Motion

Artists in Motion brings creative stories of painters living in isolation into the spotlight and in front of audiences of policy makers, humanitarian workers, refugee populations and civil society members who can advocate for their calls of integration, opportunity, human rights and welcome. 



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Persons with disabilities
Promoting inclusion and addressing the barriers that exclude displaced persons with disabilities, advocating for their rights and ensuring they have equal access to services, such as education.

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