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JRS has implemented a new monitoring and evaluation technique which focuses on the outcomes and impact of our services through stories of change. At a recent workshop in Lebanon, Noor, a Syrian refugee, reflected on the impact JRS’s services had on her life.
A rally was organized in Kamrieng, Cambodia, to mark the 20th anniversary of the Mine Ban Treaty. Phanna, a survivor of a landmine explosion, came to share her story with the audience.
JRS staff turned their attention to strengthening the position of former refugee and local women and girls in their communities through its informal education project.
Each day is a little different for Nakio as she balances being a full-time mother, wife, teacher, and student.
As Ramadan begins, JRS calls on communities of all faiths to embrace the gift of forgiveness.
With her new skills and new sources of income, Rishna helps cover some of the household expenses for her family.
Today, on Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah in Hebrew, for the second year in a row, JRS/USA is pleased to announce the winners of the Lessons from Anne Essay and Video Competition: Courage, Compassion, and Hope in Refuge. Congratulations awardees!
With great sadness Jesuit Refugee Service/USA mourns the loss of Fr. Rick Ryscavage, SJ, former JRS/USA Executive Director, who recently passed away.
Meet Luisa, she’s a single mother from Venezuela who left to find a better life for her three children. She prays to be united with them one day, until then, she will continue to work and send money home to support their needs.
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