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13 Oct, 2022

The Newsletter is an update of our monthly activities taking place in different countries through different projects.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
13 Oct, 2022

While climate change, natural disasters, Covid-19, unjust economic policies, and poor
governance contributes to forced displacement, but the main factor continues to be conflict and
human violence, which is often rooted in complex competition for resources.

16 Nov, 2021

A study by Jesuit Refugee service, South Asia

17 Jun, 2021

The COVID-19 has caused immense economic and social disruptions worldwide. Amidst the pandemic and its adverse effects, JRS South Asia continued to coordinate its projects in Afghanistan, India, and Bangladesh.

23 Jul, 2020

A study by Jesuit Refugee service, South Asia

23 Jul, 2020

In 2019, the Jesuit Refugee Service South Asia (JRS) served 69,919 people in 3 countries. Read the annual report to learn more about our work and the impact we made on the lives of forcibly displaced people

19 Sep, 2019

India has been witness to numerous migratory populations that came to this country from foreign lands…

14 Jun, 2019

In 2018, JRS served 18,250 war-affected youth, primarily through education programs like English language and Computer courses..