Jesuit Missions cares passionately about a world which has become profoundly unequal; where the life expectancy of people in sub–Saharan Africa is as low as 53 years; where over 800 million people still go to bed hungry every night; where 21.5 million people were forcibly displaced each year by sudden onset weather-related hazards.
The team at Jesuit Missions believes that the underlying causes of poverty and injustice can – and should – be changed.
Jesuit Missions is dedicated to responding to this injustice and supporting their partners around the world to do the same. They support development projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America, campaign for change in the UK and globally, and raise awareness in schools and communities around the UK to transform the future.
If you would like to be a part of this organisation, and have the relevant skills and experience, then please download the application details below.
To find out more about the work of Jesuit Missions please visit the website here.
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