Annual Report 2018

27 November 2022|Reports

Related: JRS South Asia

The JRS South Asia regional office, New Delhi, India, coordinates the projects in Afghanistan,
India and Bangladesh. In Afghanistan, JRS serves returnees, IDPs, and minority ethnic groups
living in Kabul, Herat, Bamiyan, and Daikundi provinces. In 2018, JRS served 18,250 war-affected
youth, primarily through education programs like English language and Computer courses, teacher
training, and tertiary level certificate and diploma courses, both online and onsite, through Jesuit
Worldwide Learning (JWL). In India, over 13,530, mainly Sri Lankan refugees in Tamil Nadu and
Chin refugees in New Delhi, directly benefited from JRS’ programs, such as formal and non-formal
education, vocational training, community services, capacity building of camp leaders, women and
youth development, and advocacy training and protection. In Bangladesh, JRS has partnered with
Caritas Bangladesh to run six Child-Friendly Spaces for Rohingya refugees in the Kutupalong camp,
in Cox’s Bazar, serving 1,892 children.

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