We are sad to share the news that our beloved friend and colleague Winnie Ryan has died. She was a warm and positive person, who will be remembered for her beautiful smile, enthusiasm for everything she did and sense of humour.
People living in Dzaleka Refugee Camp have fled from conflict in their own countries to the stability of Malawi. But a contested election result has now caused civil unrest in what was until now a very peaceful country.
Devastating flash floods have displaced thousands of people in Maban, South Sudan, where Irish Jesuit Tony O'Riordan SJ and his team in the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) are based.
People living in poor, rural communities in Zambia are not informed about their rights to demand access to health services, clean water and better schools. A project run by the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) is changing this.
“In looking ahead, it’s good to look back!” says Kenneth Simalalo SJ, Head Teacher of Loyola Jesuit Secondary School, Malawi, as he reflects on the last ten years which led to the recent graduation of a class of young men and women who will go on to shape the future.