Our members

Our 13 members are the mission offices and non-governmental development organisations of Jesuit provinces across Europe, Canada and Australia.

We seek collaboration between provinces to serve our common mission and increase the impact of our collective work. We seek network and partnership opportunities with others sharing similar goals.

ALBOAN

ALBOAN is the international development NGO of the Jesuits in the Basque Country and Navarre. We have 200 active projects across 18 countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia, helping mainly children, young people and women in these areas: Education…

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Canadian Jesuits International

Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) is the development NGO of the Jesuits in English-speaking Canada. Our roots go back to the Canadian missionaries who went to serve in Darjeeling after the Second World War. Jamaica, Zambia and India have historically been…

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Entreculturas

Fundación Entreculturas is a large Jesuit NGO, set up in 1985 to help the growing Fe y Alegría educational movement in Latin America. We draw on the wealth of missionary experience within the Society of Jesus in Spain, bringing together…

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Fundação Gonçalo da Silveira

Fundação Gonçalo da Silveira (FGS), founded in 2004, is the international development NGO of the Jesuit Province of Portugal. We work at home on global citizenship education and in Mozambique on rural development, including livelihoods, healthcare, and support for children…

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HUBEJE

HUBEJE is the mission office of the Jesuits in Belgium, working in international development. Founded in 1973, we deliver projects across 30 developing countries, prioritising the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, and India. Education is our key focus, but…

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Jesuit Missions

Jesuit Missions is the mission and international development office of the Jesuits in the UK. We were established over 50 years ago to support Jesuits from Britain working overseas especially in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Guyana. Today we work with…

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Jesuit Missions

Jesuit Mission is the international relief and development ministry of the Society of Jesus in Australia, founded in 1951. We effectively function as the Australian Mission Office, supporting Jesuit projects overseas. Working in 13 countries across Africa and Asia, we support…

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Jesuit Missions

Jesuit Missions Ireland was founded in 1945 with the twin priorities of international development and support for Irish Jesuit missionaries in the field. Our key partners include international organisations such as JRS Middle East, JRS Africa and the Xavier Network,…

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Jesuiten Weltweit

Jesuiten weltweit (formerly known as Jesuitenmission), is a Swiss Jesuit foundation that has been operational since the early 1940s. Our focus is on education, with 48 per cent of our funds spent on building schools and dormitories, furnishing classrooms, producing…

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Jesuitenmission

Founded in 1968, Jesuitenmission is the mission office of the Jesuit Province of Austria. In 2009, an independent NGO was set up for the province’s international development work: Menschen für Andere – Jesuitenaktion für weltweite Sozialprojekte. We focus on education,…

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Jesuitenmission

Jesuitenmission is the international development and mission organisation of the German Jesuits. We support around 600 projects on poverty reduction, aid to refugees, education, health, ecology, human rights and pastoral care. In addition to school projects from Kosovo to Zimbabwe,…

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MAGIS

Movement and Action of Italian Jesuit for Development (MAGIS) is a Jesuit NGO founded in 1988 to coordinate the international development work of the Euro-Mediterranean Province of the Society of Jesus. In partnership with institutions, local communities and worldwide Jesuit networks,…

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Oeuvre des Missions Catholiques Française d’Asie et d’Afrique

OMCFAA is a foundation supporting Jesuit-run development projects in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It was founded in 1926 by French Jesuits in Shanghai. Our priority regions are Francophone Africa – Chad, Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Madagascar – as…

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