2023 Spring and Summer Newsletter

We need to assert education as a human right

By Heba Al Basha 

In 2012, 11-year-old Anisa fled with her family to Lebanon after the Syrian conflict brought bombing and gunfire to Aleppo, her hometown.  … Continue reading →

A word from Jenny Cafiso, CJI Executive Director

I have always been amazed at the determination of children to go to school and the sacrifices parents make to ensure that their child gets an education. Continue reading

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Vol 58 No 2 | Spring & Summer 2023

 

A word from Jenny Cafiso, Executive Director

I have always been amazed at the determination of children to go to … Read more

by Heba Al Basha

In 2012, 11-year-old Anisa fled with her family to Lebanon after the Syrian conflict brought bombing … Read more

HLDRC study centres off er an alternative path to learning for children in tea plantations. By Fr Pascal Xalxo SJ… Read more

Brother Paul Desmarais SJ shows off grass planted from seed received by KATC from Brazil. The grass grows quickly and … Read more

It may be spring, but Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) is busy preparing for its fall campaign, Education: Her right, our … Read more

CJI Executive Director Jenny Cafiso meets with Liberal Member of Parliament Nathaniel Erskine-Smith (Beaches-East York) March 27 in Toronto.

Liberal … Read more

Eighty of 120 vulnerable families affected by the August 2021 earthquake in Haiti have received a new home as part … Read more

Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) has raised $269,095 to help victims of the deadly February 6 earthquake in northwest Syria.

CJI … Read more

Since the armed conflict in Ukraine began in February 2022, Jesuit organizations have served and accompanied 56,042 people fleeing violence … Read more

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