The Jesuit-run Institute for Teacher Education in Timor-Leste aims to form secondary teachers who will spearhead the formation of future generations of Timorese.
In Cambodia, there are many people facing barriers to living with independence and dignity because of an intellectual disability.
Planting seeds of change
In Cambodia, we’re supporting poor rural farmers to transform their lives by learning new techniques which improve rice yields.
In Cambodia, many people living with disabilities face severe discrimination that prevents them from building a livelihood.
Uplifting tribal communities
In India, tribal communities are seeking support to defend their land rights and access essential resources.
In Cambodia, precious forests are disappearing as climate change takes its toll.
In India, communities are seeking to overcome discrimination and vulnerability through resilient leadership.
In Myanmar, the Poverty Alleviation Project is improving living conditions for poor and marginalised people, so that they can create a better world for themselves and their community.