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Kino Border Initiative

Learn more about the Kino Border Initiative

With the Kino Border Initiative, JRS/USA has expanded the pastoral care that we have provided undocumented non-citizens over the last nine years in our chaplaincy program at U.S. detention centers. We are now reaching out to men, women and children – most of whom are Mexican citizens – who were detained by the U.S. government and then deported. Some of the most forgotten and the most vulnerable people in the United States are those detained migrants. The vulnerability of these people does not end with deportation, however; many of the migrants we encounter at the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Mexico, find themselves stranded in the border town far away from their homes and families, with few options or resources to plan for a future life in Mexico or Central America.




Emmylou Harris shines a light on refugee crisis

Jesuit Refugee Service: Heal Learn Thrive

Kino Border Initiative: People helping people

Kino Border Initiative

Transforming Hearts

'Forces of Good' at work at work on border

Broken immigration system separates families

Kino Border Initiative responds to migrants in need