OUR IDENTITY

Jesuit Justice and Ecology Network Africa (JENA)

is a diverse community of faith-inspired Jesuit NGOs, also known as Social Centers, related Jesuit Institutions, individual Jesuit peace and development activists and scholars driven by a vision of a just, poverty-free, peaceful and ecologically regenerative Africa.

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NETWORK MEMBERS
We operate in 38 of 46 sub-Saharan Africa countries. However, we have strong
links with other parts of the world through the wide and global Jesuit presence
across the world.
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MIGRATION IN AND OUT OF AFRICA

RIGOBERT MINANI BIHUZO SJ(ED.)

GOVERNANCE OF MINERAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Edited by Rigobert Minani Bihuzo SJ and Ferdinand Muhigirwa Rusembuka SJ (Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa, 2014)

RESPONSE TO LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE DEFICIT IN AFRICA

Edited by Rigobert Minani Bihuzo SJ