Jesuit Missions’ Campaign – Justice at COP28
We’re calling for climate justice for all in the run-up to and throughout COP28. Click below to find out more.
Our projects on the ground
We follow in our founder St Ignatius’s footsteps by working “where the need is greatest”
Through various education courses, the Jesuits are supporting communities in Myanmar who have been affected by the brutal military regime there.
The Arrupe Centre is working to raise awareness about the environmental crisis in Madagascar, a country where around 90 per cent of the flora and fauna is unique.
Lok Manch is a Jesuit network dedicated to protecting the rights of marginalised people in India. Their advocacy is helping to secure land rights and livelihoods for some of India’s poorest people.
In one of the poorest countries in the world, the Jesuits are working to build up local schools, train local women in sustainable farming techniques and minister to some of the millions of Christians.
Working alongside our partners in southern Africa has ensured that orphan Tinotenda can now attend school.
Vicky, 18, attends a Jesuit school in South Sudan, where she is keen to complete her studies and has ambitions to be a pilot.
help us continue our vital work
With your support, we can continue our work improving the lives of those who need it most.
GC 32, para 62
“The mission of christ…gives rise to the mission shared by all christians…to bring all men and women the good news of their salvation and that “they may have life and have it to the full”.
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