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Melodies of change

With the extension hall, Joana and her peers have found a sanctuary to explore their passion for music.More >
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Honouring and empowering motherhood

On Mother's Day this month we celebrated the incredible mothers in our lives. We honoured all mothers in our world, especially those like Leela in India.More >
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First Spiritual Exercises – Awakening Hope

We pray for Dalit women and men in India, may they receive the quality education they need to bring hope and opportunity to uplift their families and communities. More >
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Legacy of compassion

Thanks to kind gifts left by Jesuit Mission supporters in their Wills, the lives of vulnerable young people in Cambodia are being transformed through educational scholarships.More >
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Awakening futures

In coastal communities of India, Dalit people face ongoing challenges, lacking resources and quality education as well as experiencing exclusion and discrimination. Chanchla, a member of one such community, found hope through the Lok Manch program, run by our partner, the Jesuit Research and Development Society.More >
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A movement of uplift: then and now

Thanks to the incredible generosity of the Australian Catholic community in 2023, over half a million people were empowered through Jesuit Mission Australia-supported programs in 14 countries around the world.More >
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Pili, an inspirational leader for International Women’s Day

On this International Women's Day, Jesuit Mission Australia celebrates the transformative journey of Pili, a young woman from rural Cambodia whose life has been reshaped through education and empowerment, thanks to the generous support of the Australian Catholic community.More >
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Building futures

Masi Marsal High School provides quality education to young people, from indigenous tribal groups in the region.More >
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Uplifting through education

Thanks to the compassionate gifts left by Jesuit Mission supporters in their Will, change is afoot in the rural villages of Hazaribag in India. More >