List of projects supported by CJI
Africa – PLUS Leadership Development and Mentorship
The Pan-African League for University Students (PLUS) Leadership Development and Mentorship project aims to empower young people in Africa with
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African Jesuit AIDS Network
African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN) Vision: Empowered individuals, families and communities working towards an HIV- and AIDS-free society and fullness
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Burundi – Service Yezu Mwiza
Service Yezu Mwiza (SYM) Motto: “We are a people who want to live.” In 2010, more than 10,000 people benefited
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Cambodia – Metta Karuna
Metta Karuna Metta Karuna (MK), which means “Loving Compassion,” is a project of Jesuit Service Cambodia (JSC), a non-governmental organization
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China – Casa Ricci
Casa Ricci Social Services Vision: A society that offers equal opportunities for all The Casa Ricci Social Services was born
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Colombia – Support for displaced people
Support for internally displaced people in Colombia Canadian Jesuits International supports the work of Jesuit Refugee Services (JRS) in Colombia.
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Ethiopia – Refugee support
Refugee accompaniment and support in Ethiopia Dollo Ado in southeast Ethiopia is an arid, rocky and isolated place. Despite its
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Honduras – Civil society engagement
Strengthening civil society engagement in Honduras Two Jesuit organizations in Honduras, Radio Progreso and ERIC (Reflection, Investigation and Communications Team),
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India – Gandhi Ashram
Gandhi Ashram Vision: Giving the poorest children a future through education focused on music. Gandhi Ashram was born when Fr
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India – Hayden Hall
Hayden Hall Vision: Human development through love and service Poverty need not be a life sentence. It is this firm
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India – HLDRC
Human Life Development and Research Centre (HLDRC) Tea plantation labourers in North Bengal, India, are frequently deprived of their rights
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India – Jesu Ashram
Jesu Ashram Mandate: To provide free medical treatment and care to destitute sick people, especially those living with leprosy, tuberculosis
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