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Photos from our program partners on the ground

We wanted to bring you a few heart-warming photos of our program partners who are working tirelessly to help the vulnerable communities that are most affected by the COVID-19.

We hope these photos bring you joy and peace.

Jesuit Communities in Hazaribag and Mahuadanr in India, in association with local NGOs have distributed over 1,000 masks and fed over 3,500 people with food packages.

Xavier Jesuit School in Cambodia have been making home visits to their scholarship students to distribute emergency food packages to the most vulnerable families.

Handwashing station set up at one of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) refugee camps in Myanmar.

Jesuit Mission Myanmar offering food packages and messages of love to those living in the slums.

The Jesuits in Vietnam in collaboration with other missionaries and volunteers have provided 40 tons of rice and food supplies to over 2,000 families.

JRS Angola team are providing health checks and distributing food packages to the refugees.

And lastly, here’s an interview with Fr Michael Kelly SJ, an Australian Jesuit who has been working with the refugees in Thailand for the last ten years. He talks to us about his work as well as the impact of coronavirus on the refugees

If you’d like to support our program partners’ endeavours in helping the most marginalised in this crisis, please donate to our Emergency Action Fund here.


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