There are about 71 million refugees and internally displaced people worldwide. CJI supports its partners who accompany, serve and advocate for forcibly displaced people through emergency relief and long-term development projects. Because refugees spend on average 17 years away from their home, investing in education is essential.
For humanitarian action CJI works with the Xavier Network to maximize the effectiveness of their collective effort.
In March 2020, a national lockdown was imposed in India in response to COVID-19. The lockdown left migrant … Read more
Canadian Jesuits International supports The Jesuit Migration Network (RJM-CANA in Spanish) which provide humanitarian relief and accompaniment to … Read more
Venezuela has been experiencing an escalating internal crisis for several years. This has caused the forced displacement of … Read more