Emergency Relief

JRS works among refugees affected by natural disaster primarily in the emergency relief phase. JRS works to those persons who are most inadequately attended to and gives priority to situations of greed need. Continue reading

Internally Displaced

Internally displaced persons are persons who have been forced to flee or to leave their homes in particular as a result of or in order to avoid the effects of armed conflict, situations of generalized violence, violations of human rights … Continue reading

Urban Refugees

Many refugees live among communities especially in the urban areas. JRS helps those persons to access health care, education for their children, and developing skills to preparing their life in the new country. Continue reading


As part of our accompaniment of persons in need, JRS Indonesia provides direct services to asylum seekers and refugees in immigration detention centers. About 1.000 Asylum Seekers and Refugees are held over many months in Indonesian Immigration Detention Centers suffering … Continue reading

Ban Landmines

International Campaign to Ban Landmines JRS has been a key member of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines since 1994. Indonesia is not considered to be a country affected by landmines nor cluster munitions. Nevertheless until November 2008 it stockpiled … Continue reading

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Strategic Framework

JRS Indonesia works in line with the JRS Asia Pacific Strategic Framework. This Strategic Framework can be seen here. Continue reading