This issue of Pax Lumina focuses mainly on the plight of the migrant workers in India triggered by COVID-19. Triggered but not caused as often erroneously depicted in the media. Newspapers have a life of just a day…
The mobile clinics run in collaboration with the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth (SCN) and Sisters of Charity (SCCG) are a lifeline to the people living in the...
Today’s adolescents are intensely busy people, with the pressures of school performance, their packed extra‐curricular programmes, finding a place in higher...
Jesuit Conference of India
A commitment to engage with the community on pertinent issues including providing quality education to all, supporting the youth to be future ready, living with awareness to take care of our environment, caring for migrants, establishing peace and harmony, working for people’s entitlement and responding to disasters.
Jesuit Conference of India (JCI) registered as “not for profit organisation” in India, has been doing pioneering and exemplary work in areas of education, social development and empowerment. We are a part of an international organisation of Jesuits with a presence in the South Asian Countries. From its very beginning, way back in 1978, JCI is committed towards the upliftment of the underprivileged.
Our Focus Areas
Jesuit Conference of India dedicates it’s priorities around seven major focus areas
1. Reach 250000
2. Centres- 1023
3. Teachers- 2100
1. Courses- 42
2. Skilling institutes- 29
3. Skilled- 120000 youths
1. Children members- 300000
2. States operations- 26
1. States operations- 13
2. People benefitted- 200000
3. Partners- 102
1. Centers- 9
2. People benefitted- 160000
1. Network in India- 9
Disaster Relief and Response
The Universal Apostolic Preferences
To walk with the poor in a mission of reconciliation and justice
Accompany young people in the creation of a hope-filled future
Work, with Gospel depth, for the protection and renewal of God’s Creation
Province Development Director’s Annual Meet
“Towards Empowerment and Sustainability”
Christ Hall, Provincial House, Kozhikode, Kerala
Nature cannot be regarded as something separate from ourselves. We are part of nature, included in it and thus in constant interaction with it.