Our Work in Malawi

In Malawi, JRS educates more than 5,000 children in the pre-primary, primary, and secondary schools of Dzaleka refugee camp, the largest in the country. JRS works with Jesuit Worldwide Learning in Dzaleka to bring a variety of educational initiatives to displaced persons. JRS Malawi also provides mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) services, in addition to programs to assist with their livelihoods.

See Our Work

Refugees play basketball at the Dzaleka refugee camp. (Jesuit Refugee Service)
Hugo, community journalist, in action with his camera in the Dzaleka refugee camp. (Sarah Morsheimer / JRS)
Students celebrate their graduation from the HEM's Diploma programme run by JRS. (Garrett Berghoff)
Pumping water from a well in the Dzaleka refugee camp. (Sarah Morsheimer / Jesuit Refugee Service)