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Where we work

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Jesuit Mission has worked in India for over 50 years. More recently we have extended our assistance to South East Asia and Africa. Read more...

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People

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Jesuit Mission works with a vast and experienced network of Jesuits, religious, lay people and community members in the areas of education, health and welfare. Read more...

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Jesuit Mission relies on the generous support of benefactors and volunteers. Get involved and ensure the continuation of Jesuit Mission's life-changing work. Read more...

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Welcome to Jesuit Mission

Through the stories and pictures on these pages we hope you will come to know more about our work among the the poor and vulnerable in the developing world. With your support and solidarity, you can share in our mission of building bridges across religious, cultural, economic and social divides.

Daily life is returning to those living in the Typhoon affected areas of the Philippines

Isla Culion, Palawan - In general, life in Culion goes on, this is due to recovery capacities inherent to the people. Traces of Haiyan are gradually recovering, trees, mangrove forest and fishing grounds are getting back to normal as well as the people of Culion.

Province of Dinagat Islands - The province is susceptible to landslide due to its land composition, moreover, the biggest concern is that it would be hard to implement housing or relocation of communities since most of the land in the province is classified as mineral reserves.

Province of Samar and Leyte - School year has started and some students are still having difficulties due to lack of classrooms and financial incapacities. Moreover, because of the typhoon Haiyan, these provinces are expected to be visited by His Holiness, Pope Francis on January 2015. And as per reports from the Vatican, the Pope wishes to visit the typhoon and earthquake survivors.

Donation Link Click on 'Direct my donation to' Philippines Typhoon Haiyan.