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Frequently words are not enough to explain the dramatic situations in which forcibly displaced persons live. This section tries to bring you closer to the lives of refugees through with the presentation of audiovisual materials.

Learn about JRS services in this section

Based on the needs of refugees and the capacities of the organisation, Jesuit Refugee Service staff provide a broad range of services (education, emergency relief assistance, healthcare, human rights protection, livelihoods, pastoral care and social services and peace building programmes) to more than 500,000 refugees and other forcibly displaced persons worldwide. These services are made available to refugees and displaced persons regardless of their race, ethnic origin, or religious beliefs.

South Sudan: learning in emergencies

South Sudan: investing in peace

Kenya: journey to self-reliance

Kenya: counselling services help refugees in Kakuma begin to heal

Lebanon: space to learn

South Sudan: education is protection

France: Jesuit Refugee Service Welcome Project, the host family experience

A learning experience at Kakuma refugee camp

Syria: witnessing the hope and resilience of Syrians

International: bringing higher education to refugees

Haiti: JRS aims to provide education

JRS services for urban refugees

JRS accompanies urban refugees

Haiti: JRS on the border of the Dominican Republic

Haiti: faith and joy

Haiti: Building a future

Thailand: urban refugee programmes

Jesuit Refugee Service and accompaniment

Jesuit Refugee Service - Eastern Africa

Jesuit Refugee Service - West Africa

Jesuit Refugee Service - Latin America and Caribbean

South Asia: JRS accompanies Bhutanese refugees

Jesuit Refugee Service - Europe

The Legacy of Pedro Arrupe