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Tim in group photo with children receiving school supplies

Supporting Girl’s Education in Nigeria

Tim Flynn, our monitoring and evaluation advisor, writes about his recent visit to Nigeria highlighting our work on children’s education, especially focused on girls.  This Thursday, 16th June 2022,...
volunteer sam in field of fruit trees listening to farmers

Volunteer blog: Chimbalu Model Village

Last week we were welcomed into a rural farming community that JCED assists. Before JCED’s involvement they weren’t knowledgeable on the practice of sustainable agriculture. For instance, they had...
Sam, Martha and Brother ngoni stand outside beside Laudato si banners under the shade of a tree.

News from JCED: Sam Duff

The lights have just gone out again. This is a regular occurrence in Malawi. Despite only 10% of the population relying on electricity, the country still faces a serious...

Thank You For Covid Support from Nigeria

  The team of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Nigeria sincerely thanks all of you who have donated to the Covid-19 Appeal, which has supported families, students and teachers,...

Impact of Covid-19 Grant in India

This year, people who are internally displaced or refugees in Tamil Nadu and Delhi, India have faced challenges not only from the threat of Covid-19 but also from lack...

COP26 – Girls’ Education & Climate Action

It’s Day 4 of the COP26 conference, and my second day in Glasgow at the event. In the Blue Zone – the main arena – today, the topic for...

Influence of Irish Jesuits in Zambia

Fr Hector Mwale of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, reflects on his youth in Zambia and the influence on his life of the Irish Jesuits there.

Memories of Frank Wafer SJ

Dónall Ó Murchú was on the staff of Charles Lwanga Teachers’ College in Zambia from 1967 – 74. He lived in the Jesuit Community House with several others, including...

Journey from South Sudan to Uganda

Utua Lily* looks on as her infant daughter plays on the classroom veranda. Her smile is quick and easy. Lily is a primary four teacher at Tandala Primary School...

Not a Silent Spectator

The death of 84-year-old Jesuit Stan Swamy SJ in hospital, while awaiting bail from an Indian prison, has caused shockwaves throughout the world. Falsely accused of being linked to...

Graduation Ceremony in Rumbek

The St Peter Claver Ecological Training Centre in Rumbek, South Sudan held its 12th Graduation Ceremony on 25th June.

Fr Stan Swamy ill with suspected Covid-19

84-year-old Jesuit gravely ill in prison with “headache, fever and cough”