Category Archives: Asia

India at the heart

Jesuit Volunteers remain Jesuit Volunteers, even after their assignment: With creativity and commitment, the returnees Hannah and Samira support projects worldwide: “their” school for marginalized children in South India and…

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Autonomy for Adivasi women

Lohardaga is a small district in Jharkhand State, mostly inhabited by Adivasi, tribal people living mainly from agriculture and forest products, but also from seasonal migration in times when food…

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Rejoice with the class of 2019

“Go forth and set the world on fire” were the words with which St Ignatius of Loyola sent St Francis Xavier off on his missionary work in Asia. This too…

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Surviving the camps

Nearly a million Rohingya were expelled from Myanmar last year, forced to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh. The Rohingya tribe, a Muslim ethnic group, has settled for centuries in the Burmese-Bengali…

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