Addressing the underlying causes of forced migratory flows in home countries, providing support at transit sites and providing services in other destination countries are a significant part of our response.
We don’t forget the people who weren’t able to escape the conflict or those who are searching for a safe, secure and dignified life. It is crucial to provide support to the most vulnerable people also beyond our borders, so our expertise in international cooperation working with the Jesuit Refugee Service is also a essential component of our response.
Through our international cooperation organizations – Entreculturas and Alboan – we support, serve and uphold the rights of refugees and displaced people in the Middle East, East and West Africa, African Great Lakes region, Southern Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. We work to provide quality education to refugee children, as well as vocational training for adults and other psychosocial services to support forced migrants.
Now we would like to highlight the efforts undertaken by our international cooperation department in order to respond to the current migration crisis: