News and Stories
Access to occupational skills training and entrepreneurial IGA initiatives are deemed to be the leading contributors to successful refugee livelihoods as well as refugees’ integration with the local host community. Know more bout how JRS Addis Ababa is working with refugees and local community to promote integration and reconciliation.
JRS Maban was lucky to receive the visit of Monsignor Ionut Paul Strejac, Bishop Daniel Adwok M. Kur and Fr. Fredrick Meela, SJ. Read what the team in Maban explains about their visit and how meaningful it was to them.
Discrimination against women/girls and discrimination agains people with special needs, make females with disabilities twice as susceptible to suffer of discrimination. That is why JRS in Kakuma works closely with girls and women in our Inclusive Education programme… read more about it!
Why is English important for refugees and IDPs in Maban? why is JRS offering English classes for youths and adults? Read this article to know more about it!
Our NetlabUG! students have recorded a gorgeous video to appreciate the work done by JRS by accompanying them through their education. Watch it here !
Read the story of Maria, JRS Kenya beneficiary, to prove how JRS efforts for gender inclusion have had an impact in her life.
An emergency situation as the floods in Maban carry more than material or physical damage. It also bring psychosocial and emotional consequences. Read more about how JRS Maban has responded to these effects of the floods.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 2022! JRS is committed with the gender responsive action. Read more about it!
Watch the beautiful appreciation message from two students in Kampala!