The work of the Jesuits in the service of faith and the promotion of justice is made possible by the generous support of friends and benefactors who believe in the value of what we do, whether it is running schools and parishes; advocating for disaster risk planning; or accompanying, serving and advocating for the rights of the poor and of migrants.

The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific initiates and implements projects across the region.  In addition, it supports projects within the smaller regions and missions.


The Society of Jesus has a long formation process to prepare priests and brothers for full-time ministry in diverse and changing environments. In addition to formal education, Jesuits are trained in the Spiritual Exercises and are increasingly provided with other short programmes to equip them with leadership, management and technical skills to enable them to turn their hand to whatever work is needed to serve the universal mission. DONATE


The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific initiates and coordinates programmes and projects across our provinces and regions every year to better serve the faith and promote justice in Asia Pacific. These cover various apostolic sectors particularly the common priorities of migration, reconciliation with creation and youth, and vary in scope and purpose from skills development to networking for increased cooperation, and from gap analysis to advocacy. DONATE


The Jesuits in Cambodia have an education project in the remote Banteay Meanchey province. The Xavier Jesuit School has four components: a community learning centre, a small kindergarten and primary school, a medium-sized secondary school and a teacher resource centre. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2022, but the first classes will begin in November 2016. DONATE


The Jesuits in Timor-Leste have an education project in Kasait, a rural area about an hour from Dili. Projeto Educação Jesuíta comprises two institutions: Colégio de Santo Inácio de Loiola, a secondary school, which opened in 2013, and Instituto São João de Brito, a teacher education institute, which had its first intake of student teachers in January 2016. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2020. DONATE