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hygiene and water point constructed

Water Tub & Hygiene: Mindagulos school, Philippines

Last year, you helped us raise a water appeal fund focused on providing lifesaving water resources for water tanks for schools and education centres, village boreholes and critical water...
women receives food aid. the box has IJI and MASIR logos on it.

International Day of Families 2024

Today marks International Family Day, a day to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase the knowledge of the socio-cultural and economic issues affecting families. Families...
Palestine solidarity march in Dublin on 20th April 2024. A sigh reads 'solidarity not silence' around an image of two shaking hands. one sleeve is the Irish flag, the other sleeve is the Palestine flag.

Peace & Justice: Europe has lost its way.

April 24th marks International Day of Multilateralism & Diplomacy for Peace which was founded after the devastation of the Second World War in 1945 with one central mission: the...
activists demonstrate against fossil fuel at COP28 in Dubai

Cautious hope, faith, and integrity beyond the fossil fuel COP28

For World Earth Day – we spotlight Pedro Walpole SJ, the research director from the Institute of Environmental Science for Social Change (ESSC), a research institute in Quezon City,...
Shane Burke stands in refugee camp, an injured man is being carried into a medical tent.

Sudan Crisis: One Year On

In only one year, the ongoing conflict in Sudan has forcibly displaced nearly 9 million people, making it the most severe displacement crisis globally. Among them, close to 7...
Photo overlooking center of Kangemi slum in Nairobi, Kenya.

World Health Day 2024: My Health, My Right

The theme of this year’s World Health Day is ‘my health, my right’ chosen by the UN World Health organisation (WHO) to champion the right of everyone, everywhere to...
photo of Palestine solidarity march. a sign reads: 'our voices will never be silenced'

Gaza: We Cannot Be Silent!

Since October, all of us have seen the horrors of war and violence which continues to tear families apart, ruin childhoods and cause the deaths of thousands of civilians,...
pumpkin crops and agroforestry in Kasungu, Malawi.

More than just a bicycle

Men and women like Phalles Ng’oma are among the trailblazers who are passing down knowledge on climate smart agriculture practices to their local and neighbouring communities. We have partnered...

Xavier Network meeting, Dublin 2024: Looking onwards in Solidarity.

The member organizations of the Xavier Network met in Dublin, Ireland from March 13 to 15, 2024. The meeting brought together the directors and international program coordinators of participating organizations from...

Together we can make sure this crisis cannot be forgotten

I’m in Renk, South Sudan, in what is known as the transit centre, an enclosed space that receives those fleeing violence in Sudan, a conflict that still rages on....

The Gift of a Bike

This Lent we are supporting teachers in getting to school and women farmers getting to the market. In South Sudan, generations have not had the chance to go to...

Saved by Mango Trees

I felt such an affiliation with Malawi. Known as the ‘warm heart of Africa’, I saw firsthand how Malawi and its people live up to their reputation when I...