News and Stories
Power and Gender, an essay of a young South Sudanese JRS Student about the role of power and the use of gender.
The Wife of a former Child Soldier in South Sudan (South Sudan’s lost boys) writes a letter to other women like her, to encourage education among women and highlight its importance.
The story of Joseph, a young South Sudanese who escaped Kakuma as a kid, became a street child, was buried by his family… but keeps a beautiful smile in front of life.
Letter from Dr Sule Islaim to Fr Fido, former Country Director at JRS Uganda, to explain how important JRS education program was important for his life.
In times of difficulties, JRS is there for any need ! Meet the families of three of our child day center beneficiaries, and how we distributed food & non-food items.
How Art Therapy in Addis Ababa helps children to believe in their tomorrow. The story of Lora.
Safe Haven is a JRS protection centre in Kakuma for women and girls who have experienced gender-based violence.