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JRS Publications
This section provides access to a variety of publications from Jesuit Refugee Service and Jesuit Refugee Service/USA. 


2015 Annual Report
The 2015 Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report
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2014 Annual Report
The Jesuit Refugee Service/USA 2014 Annual Report
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Annual Report 2013
The 2013 Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report.
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Annual Report 2012
The 2012 Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report.
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JRS/USA 2011 Annual Report

On the Cover: A grant from the U.S. State Department's Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migrants enabled JRS to build secondary schools in Goz Beida and Koukou Angarana, both in Chad, to help ensure that refugees from Sudan's Darfur region have access to a quality secondary education. Among the nearly 200 students attending secondary education classes, there are 63 teachers from the primary schools in the camps. Those teachers participate in the education of 9,328 students. Please note this is an interactive PDF with clickable links. The links lead to more information in the form of stories, photos and videos. iPad users are encouraged to download the PDF  and then open it in iBooks. 


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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report 2010

On the cover: Jesuit Refugee Service has worked since 2001 in Lobone, an area in Southern Sudan’s Eastern Equatoria state. JRS is the only international agency working in this community. Through grants provided by the U.S. State Department, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA has improved access to primary education by building three primary schools and supporting seven schools in all.


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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report 2009
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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report 2008
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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report 2007
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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report 2006
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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Annual Report 2005
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